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Morse Code Machine



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  1. TESTING THE TEST

    Really cool, except for one bug in the “listen and guess” test. Test 1 played and showed the Morse Code for 2 (..- – -) when it expected me to press the 3 button. As far as I can tell, Test 1 never actuall plays 3 (…- -) at all, though it does expect you to press the 3 button sometimes for the 2 code. It plays the correct code for 2 (..- – -), so its confusing when it comes to 2s and 3s, which seemed to happen very often.

    Does it test “full stop,” “comma,” and “query”? They never came up for me and I went for about a thousand symbols on each test before getting tired. Also the letter “c” came up only once on each test, even though I say the other numbers and letters each about a half a dozen times or more, but that could have just been random chance.

    (Reposted to clear up some ambiguous dashes)

  2. The old is back!! Imagine a nuclear war… everything devastated … we better learn this. ;)

  3. This is a very good way to learn Morse Code.

  4. This isn’t hard! If you just practice beeping in your name for a while each day, then move on to your families names and then more words and stuff, it really helps!

    I think this tool is awesome, I can do all our names without thinking!

    Come on guys!

  5. Cback123’s Morse code thing says “hi”

  6. This is an important mode of communication. Something that shouldn’t be ignored or written off as ‘too hard’. While it is no longer required in the United States to know Morse Code to obtain your amateur radio operator license, it is still a great skill to get and keep. I got my amateur (or ‘ham’) license in 2000 and my one regret is I didn’t get it when I was younger so I could enjoy it more. Contact your local amateur radio club to learn more, or visit the American Radio Relay League to know more. A responsible Scout knows there is more than one way to communicate, especially if there is an emergency. Think about it.

  7. This was pretty cool, even though i only have a few words down. Ya never know, it might come in handy 1 day. Decifer this: …. ..

  8. Verygood instrument to beginers. Thankyou

  9. superspiderman // November 26, 2007 at 8:54 am // Reply

    Hey, guys! If you don’t know anything about Morse Code, just get a piece of paper and go to the Main Page and write all the letters of the alphabet and all the numbers except 10 and write down even the Fullstop, the Comma, and the Query. Then look at everyone’s Morse Code and write them down in the right places. Then go to Test 1 or 2. When it asks you to convert a letter or to find the right letter that goes with the code, look at your piece of paper, find the letter or code their asking for, and DO IT!!!!

    You’ll zip right through this.

    From,

    superspiderman

    P.S:When you’re on Test 2, it never stops asking you questions.

    P.S.S:Use the back of the piece of paper to write down information if nesscessary.

  10. this games deadsville!

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