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Posted by Just Dance at October 4, 2010 03:12:08 CEST
this is a very great thing dealing with science projects and things and for that i love this site
Posted by Jamie at April 26, 2011 03:43:05 CEST
I like this a lot, good resource for my students to use. However, there's a really annoying undertone to this.
Posted by Ken Smith Simmons at March 8, 2013 18:16:41 CET
Posted by Si Young at May 11, 2013 07:28:37 CEST
Love the app. SOS is not a good example of proper spacing because SOS is a Prosign and you do not officially space between the letters.
Posted by Leanne at May 27, 2013 12:58:30 CEST
Very impressed with this. I am using the midi file to create a sound art piece and it turns out sibelius actually reads the morse code and converts it to notation. Really appreciate sites and apps like this in which you can do so much with.
Posted by Ramin at July 30, 2013 05:33:51 CEST
where can i decode this morse files?
Posted by Jim at September 26, 2014 06:12:49 CEST
Thank you for this great utility! Would only ask that the transmission speed (words per minute) be calculated and shown, and also duration of transmission.
Posted by Don at December 20, 2014 15:43:25 CET
Question about Morse code for time of day. If current time is 2 minutes after 7, what is the correct Morse Code sequence?
Posted by Safia at January 14, 2015 05:52:08 CET
PLZ tell me how get output?
Posted by Ralph at April 17, 2015 08:51:41 CEST
we need random sentence generator. the student then clicks play on it, student decodes the random sentence, and student given option to replay sentence. finally, the sentence is shown to the student, for self evaluation.
Posted by Danny at April 5, 2016 05:39:19 CEST
Can you correlate the 5 speed levels with words per minute (WPM)?
Posted by Human Boi Not Robot at August 26, 2019 01:56:56 CEST
Good to use for pranks and stuff!
When they run it through a translator, they git Gnomed.
Posted by Madysen at October 22, 2019 18:11:30 CEST
i love this!!