### Problem Statement

Computers tend to store dates and times as single numbers which represent the number of seconds or milliseconds since a particular date. Your task in this problem is to write a method whatTime, which takes an int, seconds, representing the number of seconds since midnight on some day, and returns a String formatted as "<H>:<M>:<S>". Here, <H> represents the number of complete hours since midnight, <M> represents the number of complete minutes since the last complete hour ended, and <S> represents the number of seconds since the last complete minute ended. Each of <H>, <M>, and <S> should be an integer, with no extra leading 0's. Thus, if seconds is 0, you should return "0:0:0", while if seconds is 3661, you should return "1:1:1".

### Definition

 Class: Time Method: whatTime Parameters: int Returns: String Method signature: String whatTime(int seconds) (be sure your method is public)

### Constraints

-seconds will be between 0 and 24*60*60 - 1 = 86399, inclusive.

### Examples

0)

 `0`
`Returns: "0:0:0"`
1)

 `3661`
`Returns: "1:1:1"`
2)

 `5436`
`Returns: "1:30:36"`
3)

 `86399`
`Returns: "23:59:59"`

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lars2520

#### Problem categories:

Simple Math, String Manipulation