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Morse Code

Samuel F. B. Morse, while a professor of arts and design at New York University in 1835, proved that signals could be transmitted by wire. He used pulses of current to deflect an electromagnet, which moved a marker to produce written codes on a strip of paper - the invention of Morse Code.

Letter Morse Code
A. -
B- . . .
C- . - .
D- . .
E.
F. . - .
G- - .
H. . . .
I. .
J. - - -
K- . -
L. - . .
M- -
N- .
O- - -
P. - - .
Q- - . -
R. - .
S. . .
T-
U. . -
V. . . -
W. - -
X- . . -
Y- . - -
Z- - . .
0- - - - -
1. - - - -
2. . - - -
3. . . - -
4. . . . -
5. . . . .
6- . . . .
7- - . . .
8- - - . .
9- - - - .
Fullstop. - . - . -
Comma- - . . - -
Query. . - - . .
Apostrophe. - - - - .
Brackets- - - -
Colon- - -
Equals sign- -
Hyphen- -
Quotation
Mark
- -
@ (newly
added 2004)
- - -

Last updated 7th July 2004 after a tip from a Pub Quiz Help user about the newly added @ sign

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