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Creating a table that show all customer who have registered more than one pet for treatment in the last 30 days.
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(SELECT customer
FROM  treatment
WHERE Exam_Date(Exam_Date,SYSDATE)>=-30
AND DAYS_BETWEEN(Exam_Date,SYSDATE)<=1);
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