Morse-Code

In past, people used this code to keep things secret. What they actually did was that the message was written in the immediate cipher text by converting each letter into a series of dots and dashes using the table. To convert the final enciphered text, they converted the 9 possible combinations(of 2 characters each) of the dash, space and dot characters into numbers 1-9 and the series of dots and dashes of the intermediate cipher text was converted to a series of numbers using it .During the World War 2, a soldier intercepted the code: 412214223112 and with the help from his country's intelligence bureau he got further information (which is not sufficient). The document he got from the intelligence says: "THE MESSAGE CONTAINS ONLY ONE SPACE ESSENTIALLY DIVIDING IT INTO TWO WORDS OF 6 AND 3 LETTERS, RESPECTIVELY. SOME PARTS OF THE FIRST WORD ARE "B__C" (FIRST LETTER IS B, THEN 4 LETTERS, AND THEN THE LAST IS C) AND THE LAST LETTER OF THE SECOND WORD IS "A". Help him decrypt the code!!!!!! Everyone please try this.

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Sorry, the jpeg file is not coming. How to put that????????

ANSHUL AGARWAL - 6 years, 3 months ago

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