SQL remove middle space

I have a situation where I get the following output

select date from dual;
OUTPUT
september2004,
august2004,
september     2004,-----middle space
august    2004-----------middle space

I need the output without middle space

Required output

september2004,
august2004,
september2004,--- without middle space
august2004-------without middle space

Thanks
Srini
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
A simple replace should work:
select replace('hello      world',' ','') from dual;
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akmustafaCommented:

You can use
select to_char(date,'fmMonth')||to_char(date,'yyyy') from dual
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akmustafaCommented:
You can also use in just one 'to_char' function

select to_char(date,'fmmonthyyyy') from dual


in format mask 'fm' excludes spaces.
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