How to put "-" between numbers

sporitus

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Hello experts:

I have a column with numbers like this:

123446367
354624634
3464363
34612311
374347

and i need to put "-" in each number after first 4 digits. Like this:

1234-46367
3546-24634
3464-363
3461-2311
3743-47

Please advice, how i can do this ?

Thanks

Ivan
 

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