Please I need an SQL command that I can use to update only the fourth and fifth digits in a particular column in an Oracle 9i database.The column has a VARCHAR2(9) datatype. My Oracle database is on Windows 2003 environment.
Eg: The row in question reads '063150987' and I want to replace the fourth and fifth digits('15') with '08' for all the rows in that column.
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