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Author Topic: Morse Code Palindromes (Really?)  (Read 392 times)
WA2ONH
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« on: November 06, 2017, 08:32:51 AM »

From the DataGenetics site at .... http://www.datagenetics.com/blog/march42012/palindrome.html

Morse Code Palindromes

There are 706 ambiguous Morse palindromes (Morse strings that read the same backwards as forwards), which create a total of 420 distinct dot/dash sequences. Here they are listed in descending order of length of the Morse string.

Here's a sample to start it off ...

INCALESCENCE (12)     • • – • – • – • • – • – • • • • • • – • – • • – • – • – • •
SUPERFUNDS (10)     • • • • • – • – – • • • – • • • – • • • – – • – • • • • •
INTRANSIGENCE (13)     • • – • – • – • • – – • • • • • • – – • • – • – • – • •
FIBREFILL (9)     • • – • • • – • • • • – • • • • – • • • • – • • • – • •
SANDERLINGS (11)     • • • • – – • – • • • • – • • – • • • • – • – – • • • •

Someone's got much TOO much free time on their hands!!! Enjoy.
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73 de WA2ONH   ... Charlie
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G4LNA
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« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2017, 03:11:49 AM »

Now put the correct spacing in  Grin
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