Given a time in a 24-hour clock (military time), convert it to 12-hour clock format.
Note: Midnight is 00:00:00 on a 24-hour clock and 12:00:00 AM on a 12-hour clock. Noon is 12:00:00 on 24-hour clock and 12:00:00 PM on 12-hour clock.
A string will be given of the format hh:mm:ss and output should be in the format hh:mm:ss AM or hh:mm:ss PM in 12hour clock. Here hh represents hour, mm represents minutes and ss represents seconds.
Input : 17:35:20 Output : 5:35:20 PM Input : 00:10:24 Output : 12:10:24 AM
The approach to solving this problem requires some observations. First that the minutes and seconds will be same in both the cases. The only change will be in the hours and according to that Meridien will be appended to the string.
For hours, first convert it from string to int datatype, then take its modulo with 12 and that will be our hours in 12-hour format. Still, there will be a case when hour becomes 00 i.e (12 or 00 in 24-hour format) which we need to handle separately.
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