Help with SQL code to Identify Customers Who Made recent purchase

I have a large table with customer id, product id, product ordered, product ordered date.  I want to identify customers who have placed orders in the last 60 day or 2 months. The data is in a oracle database.

Please help with a SQL like code.

Thanks,
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Naitik GamitSoftware DeveloperCommented:
You can write query in SQL as:

SELECT customer_id, product_id, product_ordered, product_ordered_date FROM customer_data
WHERE product_ordered_date >= DATEADD(d,-60,product_ordered_date );  //in last 60 days.
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fb1990Author Commented:
Thanks for the help!
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