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Morse Code in C
-v will add the letter bring printed before the morse code (e.g. (C)-.-.)
-x will run this in reverse. Taking morse code and converting it to uppercase letters. (slow and verboce are not usable with this option).
You can pipe data in to be morse codeified
./morse < gettysburg.txt should let you know if something went wrong.
It's quite a long passage in terms of what this program is meant to do, so if that woks, basically anything will.
If any letters/numbers/symbols are not from the range [A-Za-z0-9] it simply will be ignored. Only approved characters are dealt with.
Only installs in ~/.local/bin/ If this directory does not exist, I don't know what happens.
will remove the morse file at ~/.local/bin/morse