morsecommand reads the given input and reformats it in the form of morse code. Acceptable input are command line arguments or the standard input.
The options are as follows:
-soption) back into text. A lowercase ‘x’ is printed for undecipherable input; otherwise, text is returned uppercase. Many procedural signs can be decoded (though not encoded). If the morse to be translated is given on the command line, it should be preceded by ‘--’ to keep it from being mistaken for options.
ITU-T Recommendation F.1, Operational provisions for the international public telegram service, Division B, I. Morse code.
ITU-R M.1677-1, International Morse code, http://www.itu.int/rec/R-REC-M.1677-1-200910-I/, 2009.
|January 19, 2016||OpenBSD-current|