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converting a number to 'MON' format

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Is there a way in Oracle 9i to convert numbers, 1 through 12 to 'MON' format without a long CASE or DECODE clause in an SQL statement?
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Yes:

to_char(to_date(:number,'MM'),'MON')

e.g.

SQL> select to_char(to_date(7,'MM'),'MON') from dual;

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Thanks for the quick response!
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