Write a program that inputs hours and minutes of a 24-hour day and calculates what will be the time after 15 minutes. Print the result in hh:mm format. Hours are always between 0 and 23, and minutes are always between 0 and 59. Hours are written with one or two digits. Minutes are always written with two digits and zero at the front when needed.
Add 15 minutes and check using a few conditions. If minutes are over 59, increase hours with 1 and reduce minutes with 60. Identically, check the case when hours are over 23. When you print the minutes, you should check for zero at the front.
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