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Oracle 9i - Select Two rows into columns

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I have a simple table (My_Table). The table records movement between accounts. For each movement, there are always 2 rows (a debit and a credit). I need to write a query to return 1 row per movement with the debit and credit accounts in colums

example table
TRANS_ID      REF_NUM       ACCT      AMT
0001            ABC123            F1234      -107
0001            ABC123            X666      107
0002            XYZ456            Q2525      -91
0002            XYZ456            D2000      91
0003            ZZZ222            y1234      198
0003            ZZZ2222              F1234      -198

Query should return like this

TRANS_ID      REF_NUM       FROM_ACCT      FROM_AMT       TO_ACCT            TO_AMT
0001            ABC123            F1234            -107             X666            107
0002            XYZ456            Q2525            -91                     D2000            91
0003            ZZZ222            F1234            -198                   y1234            198

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