A popular meme that's been going around on the internet goes like this:

If you start <some something> at <some time> on <some day>, then you'll be able to <some other thing> as the clock strikes midnight. Kick off 2018 the right way.

Given that this certain "some something" takes hours, minutes, and seconds, find this certain "some time".

#### Constraints

#### Input Specification

Three space-separated integers, , , and , respectively.

#### Output Specification

The time of day when you should start the task, in the form `hours:minutes:seconds`

. Note that this time should follow the 12-hour clock convention, **with all leading zeroes, including the hours**. You should not print out `am`

or `pm`

though.

**EDIT: If the time is 12:??:??, you should output 00:??:??.**

#### Sample Input 1

`0 34 5`

#### Sample Output 1

`11:25:55`

#### Sample Input 2

`0 120 0`

#### Sample Output 2

`10:00:00`

#### Sample Input 3

`13 0 0`

#### Sample Output 3

`11:00:00`

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