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Asked in Telecommunications, Morse Code
How do you laugh in Morse code?
Well that depends. If you wish to use the classic "ha" then it would be five dots and a dash ( * * * * * - ) If you wish to use the more modern "lol" then it would be dot dash dot dot dash dash dash dot dash dot dot ( * - * * - - - * - * * ) If you just wanted to kind of giggle with a "te he" then it...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Monica Russo written?
Monica Russo has written: 'The complete book of birdhouses & feeders' -- subject(s): Birdhouses, Bird feeders, Birds 'Chilly Creatures Dot-to-Dot (Dot to Dot)' 'Reptiles & Amphibians Dot-to-Dot (Dot to Dot)' 'Fantastic Creatures Dot-To-Dot' 'Wildlife Dot-To-Dot' 'Great Book of Dot to Dot' 'Amazing Insects Dot-to-Dot' 'Watching Nature' -- subject(s): Wildlife watching, Nature study, Juvenile literature 'Prehistoric Animals Dot-To-Dot' 'Complete Book of Birdhouses' 'Giant Book of Dot to Dot' ...
Asked in English Language
In Morse Code translated to English what does dot dot dot underscore mean?
That would be: dot dot dot dash. If you mean like in the means of ..._ in Morse Code language, that would mean the letter "V". ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
If it is greater than is it a open dot or a closed dot?
A closed dot includes the number, an open dot excludes the number. Greater than excludes the number, so it would have an open dot. ...