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Nicolás Adamo wrote

concatenating strings is always handy:
A1: 8
B1: 15
C1: =a1 & ":" & b1

If you actually need to use this as time you should do c1=VALUE(a1 & ":" &
b1). This will show up as 0.34375. Format this cell as Time and voilà :)

Please notice that both this method and the TIME function will convert
values 8 and 15 to 8:15 of December 30th of 1899 (i.e. default day 1 for
LibreOffice as defined in Tools, Options, LibreOffice Calc, Calculate,
Date), not 8:15 of the current day!

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