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convert string to HH24:MM:SS in oracle

how to convert  141059  to HH24:MM:SS in oracle
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How is this conversion going to be used? Just for display, or input to a procedure or insert statement, or to apply some kind of date math, or what?
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aboha,

Please explain why you accepted the post you did as the solution.  That post was a question and really did nothing to answer the question asked.

If it was just to get around the new question lock, this is inappropriate.

If you do not post back in the next day or two, I'll have this addressed by the Moderators.
500 to 0 :-( No problem
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I'm not at all displeased with not getting any credit for my comment asking questions. I just thought it was funny to first be credited with all of the points (admittedly undeservingly so) then none. I just wish the asker had answered the questions so that we could help him if the result needed to be something other than a just string of characters.