• Morse code, which was initially employed via telegraph lines, comprises a series of dots and dashes. These symbols can also be conveyed through flashing lights or electrical pulses, particularly in the realm of amateur radio. In this system, dots signify a brief signal, while dashes indicate a more extended signal. Every letter in the English alphabet (A-Z), digits from 0 to 9, and various punctuation marks (such as the fraction bar or slash "/") are represented by unique combinations of these dots and dashes.
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