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Thread: national codes

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Posted: 2016-11-02 22:52
It is a pity that there is no way to study Morse in the national version. The Russian alphabet of 33 letters in the Latin and only 26


Posted: 2016-11-07 15:31
It seems that you have to learn just 31
5 more than the latin alphabet

http://www.wunclub.narod.ru/files/rusmorse.gif



Posted: 2016-11-07 16:22
No, 41, you forgot the digits 0 - 9


Posted: 2016-11-09 15:10
Yes 31 + 0-9.
We should at least add
я -Ä .-.-
ш Ch ----
ч Ö ---.
ю Ü ..--
Is that possible?


Posted: 2016-11-13 09:08
Hello!
Are
..--.. ?
--..-- ,
.-.-.- .

national or international codes?

Have a nice day.
Administrator


Posted: 2016-11-13 10:42
Hi,

at the moment the whole backend of LCWO.net is based on ISO 8859-1 character set (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO/IEC_8859-1), which means that only characters within this set can easily be supported. This unfortunately does not include any Cyrillic letters.

The site was developed in 2008 when Unicode support of programming languages, databases etc. was often pretty poor (and to be honest, back then I didn't have much of a clue about character encodings and such things).

Currently I don't have the time to do much work on LCWO.net. If anyone skilled in PHP, MySQL etc. would like to help with this, I would like to hear from you :-)

73
Fabian



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Posted: 2016-11-13 10:44
rosess:
Hello!
Are
..--.. ?
--..-- ,
.-.-.- .

national or international codes?

Have a nice day.


They are international codes, but some national codes use those differently, e.g. .-.-.- is a comma (,) in Russian Morse code, and ...... is a dot (.).

73
Fabian


Posted: 2016-11-14 19:05
That's great. Thank you.


Posted: 2016-11-15 13:22

Currently I don't have the time to do much work on LCWO.net. If anyone skilled in PHP, MySQL etc. would like to help with this, I would like to hear from you :-)



It is a pity. The good web site stands still. I will use what you have.

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