Morse Code

Morse Code translator

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Created: 2016-07-08 15:15:19, Last updated: 2021-08-31 06:47:08
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A calculator on our site is a broad concept. The calculator on our website is the entity that can transform input data to the desired result with the little help of Javascript.

Well, I recently saw a table with Morse code. This is where the dash-dot-dot-dot and so on. And I made a calculator that converts a human language in Morse code and vice versa.

Type a text. If it contains only characters - (minus or dash), * (asterisk or star), and spaces - it is a Morse code, and the calculator translates it into text. If the text contains other characters - all text is converted to Morse code.

It is important - as in Morse code prefix letters are repeated, separate letters by typing spaces because ** is I, and * * is E E - feel the difference. You can also use a dot instead of a star. And two spaces or newlines are interpreted as a word break. So, for the convenience of readability, separate words with two spaces or newline (as demonstrated in the calculator below with the default value)

The calculator also displays mnemonic results. Mnemonics used to memorize Morse codes

PLANETCALC, Morse code translator

Morse code translator

Result (mnemonic)
Mnemonic result

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