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April 27, 2009

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Steve Roberts

Happy Birthday, Samuel Morse

John

HAPPY BIRTHDAY SAMUEL MORSE

Rob

Since it's already been answered, I won't say so, but have you seen this cool translator? http://www.onlineconversion.com/morse_code.htm

Kinda surprised that Google Translator doesn't have it in there!

Steve

Google Translating would not make sense!

Example:
chair (English)-> Morse: -.-. .... .- .. .-.
Stuhl (German)-> Morse: ... - ..- .... .-..
chaise (French)-> Morse: -.-. .... .- .. ... .

So it's obvious you can't translate morse code back, without knowing from which language it originated.

Shahram

happy birthday samuel morse

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