I submitted a paper to a journal, they replied saying that they consider it worthy to be published if I corrected a few minor errors, and I have corrected them so it's ready to be sent back.
Someone told me that you should include a letter to the editor stating this and thanking the reviewer. I've never done this before, so I'm not sure about several factors like formality/length/specifics. For example, do I just say "I've made the requested changes" or do I have to list them more specifically?
Could someone show me a boilerplate letter of this type, or point me to a resource that talks about it?