Morse Code

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Morse Code is a substitution code where each letter is replaced by a sequence of dots and dashes (on paper), short and long beeps (audibly), or short and long light flashes (visually).

Morse Code is sometimes written with a slash (/) between letters, to stop you from getting the letters confused. A double slash (//) means a break between words.


International Morse Code


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