Morse code is boring to translate
It says "Gaz".
In Morse code, Merry Christmas is written as follows:
-- . .-. .-. -.-- / -.-. .... .-. .. ... - -- .- ...
Signore, ascolta! Song by Liu from Puccini’s Turandot (First Act)
Morse code is a method of communication using dots and dashes to represent letters and numbers. Each letter and number has a unique combination of dots and dashes. It was developed by Samuel Morse and Alfred Vail in the 1830s for use with telegraph systems. Morse code can be transmitted using sound, light, or written symbols.
Press the letters Flush the thumb drive.
It depends what kind of code. If you want to enter a cheat code there is no such thing. If you want to enter a gift code to become a superstar then all you have to do is this.... 1) buy a gift code (if you bought one already make sure you have printed it out of wrote it down) 2) Click the become superstar button. You can find this link anywhere. its is yellow. 3) When you get to the become superstar page click on the gift code link. 4) enter your gift code
He convinced Congress to appropriate money for an outdoor test line between Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C. The first official telegraph message was, "What hath God wrought." The telegraph quickly became more than a toy-the Baltimore test line was used in 1844 to send news of Henry Clay's nomination for president from the National Whig Convention in Baltimore to Washington, D.C.
Telephone country codes never begin with zero.
Country code +41, dialed as 00 41 from many places, is Switzerland.
Country code +1, dialed as 004 1 from many places, is North America, including the USA, Canada, and various Caribbean-ish islands.
To avoid confusion, it is best to write an international telephone number in correct international format, beginning with the plus symbol and the correct telephone country code (e.g., +41 or +1), omitting any dialing prefix.
(The plus signmeans "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)
+41 is Switzerland
Alfred Vail, and kind of Joseph Henry even though Morse or Vail never really gave credit to Henry.
The land telegraph was invented by Samuel F. B. Morse, in the 1830s I think. He built this thing that when a button was pushed at one place, it could cause a clacker to go clack at the other end of a wire many miles long. In order to send information over it, he invented a code of clacks for each letter of the alphabet ... which he modestly called Morse's Code.
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the letter ' U '.
Who knows? Ships everywhere would be doomed! Morse code required a human ear to interpret the received code since a lot of analysis was needed by he human brain in order to decipher the code.
Machines reading Morse code struggled until advanced electronics could cope with the varying length of each character. The telegraphic 5 unit Baudot code used in telegrams and telexes standardised the code so that every letter and number consisted of an equal length.This simplified the decoding to a point where relays and mechanisms could decode and print the received signal.
To answer your question ? They would have come up with something better. It triumphed because it was first on the scene.
Samuel Morse invented the telegraph and the code that the telegraph used (Morse code).
Morse code. Still used today in bad communication conditions.
The letter O is represented by dash dash dash
Morse code has improved communication in a lot of ways. Here are just several of the benefits of Morse code out of a whole lot of others:
ohhhhhh you must be one of those people who have absoluteley no idea what so ever of what it is like being a teenager in the 21st century we do not have codes or words we use and no-one i know (except real idiots uses the word 'cool') there are no codes its just normal to us theres no codes its just normal to us not 'cool' or any other 1980's retro word just normal 1st you are prob a parent trying to figure out wat their kid says jst ask ur friends or kid then you'll know
Morse code was developed by a man named Samuel Morse. In 1844, the first message using this special code made of various sequences of dots and dashes or short and long signals was sent over a telegraph line between Baltimore and Washington.
In 1848, the code was adapted by a man named Friedrich Gerke and his version is the one that has become internationally accepted and used.
Three main ones:
The Germans used the Enigma in WW2. It had a set of gears that when you pressed a letter on the keyboard, it seemed to randomly type another letter on the sheet of paper you were typing on. only if you had the same set of gears could you translate the code to English. The gears were interchangeable so you could create many different codes.