Implementación del Código Morse

codigos morse Es un método de transmisión de información textual como una serie de tonos, luces o clics que pueden ser entendidos directamente por un oyente o espectador capacitado sin equipo especial. Lleva el nombre de Samuel FB Morse, el inventor del telégrafo.

El algoritmo es muy simple. Cada carácter en inglés se reemplaza por una serie de ‘puntos’ y ‘guiones’ o, a veces, un solo ‘punto’ o ‘guión’ y viceversa.

Cada cadena de texto se convierte en una serie de puntos y rayas. Por lo tanto, cada carácter se convierte en código Morse y se agrega al mensaje codificado. Aquí copiamos el espacio tal como es. Consideramos tanto los números como los alfabetos.

Ejemplos:

Input :  geeksforgeeks
Output : – ...-.-.....-.---.-.--...-.-...

Input :  program
Output : .--..-.-----..-..---

Implementación:

Tabla de contenidos

C++



// CPP program to demonstrate Morse code
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
// function to encode a alphabet as
// Morse code
string morseEncode(char x)
{
    // refer to the Morse table
    // image attached in the article
    switch (x) {
    case 'a':
        return ".-";
    case 'b':
        return "-...";
    case 'c':
        return "-.-.";
    case 'd':
        return "-..";
    case 'e':
        return ".";
    case 'f':
        return "..-.";
    case 'g':
        return "--.";
    case 'h':
        return "....";
    case 'i':
        return "..";
    case 'j':
        return ".---";
    case 'k':
        return "-.-";
    case 'l':
        return ".-..";
    case 'm':
        return "--";
    case 'n':
        return "-.";
    case 'o':
        return "---";
    case 'p':
        return ".--.";
    case 'q':
        return "--.-";
    case 'r':
        return ".-.";
    case 's':
        return "...";
    case 't':
        return "-";
    case 'u':
        return "..-";
    case 'v':
        return "...-";
    case 'w':
        return ".--";
    case 'x':
        return "-..-";
    case 'y':
        return "-.--";
    case 'z':
        return "--..";
    case '1':
        return ".----";
    case '2':
        return "..---";
    case '3':
        return "...--";
    case '4':
        return "....-";
    case '5':
        return ".....";
    case '6':
        return "-....";
    case '7':
        return "--...";
    case '8':
        return "---..";
    case '9':
        return "----.";
    case '0':
        return "-----";
    default:
        cerr << "Found invalid character: " << x << ' '
             << std::endl;
        exit(0);
    }
}
void morseCode(string s)
{
    // character by character print
    // Morse code
    for (int i = 0; s[i]; i++)
        cout << morseEncode(s[i]);
    cout << endl;
}
// Driver's code
int main()
{
    string s = "geeksforgeeks";
    morseCode(s);
    return 0;
}

Java



// Java program to demonstrate Morse code
class GFG
{
    // function to encode a alphabet as
    // Morse code
    static String morseEncode(char x)
    {
    
        // refer to the Morse table
        // image attached in the article
        switch (x)
        {
            case 'a':
                return ".-";
            case 'b':
                return "-...";
            case 'c':
                return "-.-.";
            case 'd':
                return "-..";
            case 'e':
                return ".";
            case 'f':
                return "..-.";
            case 'g':
                return "--.";
            case 'h':
                return "....";
            case 'i':
                return "..";
            case 'j':
                return ".---";
            case 'k':
                return "-.-";
            case 'l':
                return ".-..";
            case 'm':
                return "--";
            case 'n':
                return "-.";
            case 'o':
                return "---";
            case 'p':
                return ".--.";
            case 'q':
                return "--.-";
            case 'r':
                return ".-.";
            case 's':
                return "...";
            case 't':
                return "-";
            case 'u':
                return "..-";
            case 'v':
                return "...-";
            case 'w':
                return ".--";
            case 'x':
                return "-..-";
            case 'y':
                return "-.--";
            // for space
            case 'z':
                return "--..";
            case '1':
                return ".----";
            case '2':
                return "..---";
            case '3':
                return "...--";
            case '4':
                return "....-";
            case '5':
                return ".....";
            case '6':
                return "-....";
            case '7':
                return "--...";
            case '8':
                return "---..";
            case '9':
                return "----.";
           case '0':
                return "-----";
        }
        return "";
    }
    
    static void morseCode(String s)
    {
        // character by character print
        // Morse code
        for (int i = 0;i<s.length(); i++)
            System.out.print(morseEncode(s.charAt(i)));
            System.out.println();
    }
    
    // Driver code
    public static void main (String[] args)
    {
        String s = "geeksforgeeks";
        morseCode(s);
    }
}
// This code is contributed by Anant Agarwal.

Pitón 3



# Python3 program to demonstrate Morse code
# function to encode a alphabet as
# Morse code
def morseEncode(x):
    
    # refer to the Morse table
    # image attached in the article
    if x is 'a':
        return ".-"
    elif x is 'b':
        return "-..."
    elif x is 'c':
        return "-.-."
    elif x is 'd':
        return "-.."
    elif x is 'e':
        return "."
    elif x is 'f':
        return "..-."
    elif x is 'g':
        return "--."
    elif x is 'h':
        return "...."
    elif x is 'i':
        return ".."
    elif x is 'j':
        return ".---"
    elif x is 'k':
        return "-.-"
    elif x is 'l':
        return ".-.."
    elif x is 'm':
        return "--"
    elif x is 'n':
        return "-."
    elif x is 'o':
        return "---"
    elif x is 'p':
        return ".--."
    elif x is 'q':
        return "--.-"
    elif x is 'r':
        return ".-."
    elif x is 's':
        return "..."
    elif x is 't':
        return "-"
    elif x is 'u':
        return "..-"
    elif x is 'v':
        return "...-"
    elif x is 'w':
        return ".--"
    elif x is 'x':
        return "-..-"
    elif x is 'y':
        return "-.--"
    elif x is 'z':
        return "--.."
    elif x is '1':
        return ".----";
    elif x is '2':
        return "..---";
    elif x is '3':
        return "...--";
    elif x is '4':
        return "....-";
    elif x is '5':
        return ".....";
    elif x is '6':
        return "-....";
    elif x is '7':
        return "--...";
    elif x is '8':
        return "---..";
    elif x is '9':
        return "----.";
    elif x is '0':
        return "-----";
# character by character print
# Morse code
def morseCode(s):
    for character in s:
        print(morseEncode(character), end = "")
# Driver Code
if __name__ == "__main__":
    s = "geeksforgeeks"
    morseCode(s)
# This code is contributed
# by Vivek Kumar Singh

C#



// C# program to demonstrate Morse code
using System;
class GFG
{
    // function to encode a alphabet as
    // Morse code
    static string morseEncode(char x)
    {
    
        // refer to the Morse table
        // image attached in the article
        switch (x)
        {
            case 'a':
                return ".-";
            case 'b':
                return "-...";
            case 'c':
                return "-.-.";
            case 'd':
                return "-..";
            case 'e':
                return ".";
            case 'f':
                return "..-.";
            case 'g':
                return "--.";
            case 'h':
                return "....";
            case 'i':
                return "..";
            case 'j':
                return ".---";
            case 'k':
                return "-.-";
            case 'l':
                return ".-..";
            case 'm':
                return "--";
            case 'n':
                return "-.";
            case 'o':
                return "---";
            case 'p':
                return ".--.";
            case 'q':
                return "--.-";
            case 'r':
                return ".-.";
            case 's':
                return "...";
            case 't':
                return "-";
            case 'u':
                return "..-";
            case 'v':
                return "...-";
            case 'w':
                return ".--";
            case 'x':
                return "-..-";
            case 'y':
                return "-.--";
            // for space
            case 'z':
                return "--..";
            
            case '1':
                return ".----";
            case '2':
                return "..---";
            case '3':
                return "...--";
            case '4':
                return "....-";
            case '5':
                return ".....";
            case '6':
                return "-....";
            case '7':
                return "--...";
            case '8':
                return "---..";
            case '9':
                return "----.";
           case '0':
                return "-----";
        }
        return "";
    }
    
    static void morseCode(string s)
    {
        // character by character print
        // Morse code
        for (int i = 0;i<s.Length; i++)
            Console.Write(morseEncode(s[i]));
            Console.WriteLine();
    }
    
    // Driver code
    public static void Main ()
    {
        string s = "geeksforgeeks";
        morseCode(s);
    }
}
// This code is contributed by vt_m.

PHP



<?php
// php program to demonstrate
// Morse code
// function to encode a 
// alphabet as Morse code
function morseEncode($x)
{
  // refer to the Morse table
  // image attached in the article
  switch ($x) {
    case 'a':
        return ".-";
    case 'b':
        return "-...";
    case 'c':
        return "-.-.";
    case 'd':
        return "-..";
    case 'e':
        return ".";
    case 'f':
        return "..-.";
    case 'g':
        return "--.";
    case 'h':
        return "....";
    case 'i':
        return "..";
    case 'j':
        return ".---";
    case 'k':
        return "-.-";
    case 'l':
        return ".-..";
    case 'm':
        return "--";
    case 'n':
        return "-.";
    case 'o':
        return "---";
    case 'p':
        return ".--.";
    case 'q':
        return "--.-";
    case 'r':
        return ".-.";
    case 's':
        return "...";
    case 't':
        return "-";
    case 'u':
        return "..-";
    case 'v':
        return "...-";
    case 'w':
        return ".--";
    case 'x':
        return "-..-";
    case 'y':
        return "-.--";
    case '1':
     return ".----";
    case '2':
     return "..---";
    case '3':
     return "...--";
    case '4':
     return "....-";
    case '5':
     return ".....";
    case '6':
     return "-....";
    case '7':
      return "--...";
    case '8':
      return "---..";
    case '9':
     return "----.";
    case '0':
     return "-----";
    // for space
    case 'z':
        return "--..";
  }
}
function morseCode($s)
{
  // Character by character
  // print  Morse code
  for ($i = 0; $i<strlen($s); $i++)
      echo morseEncode($s[$i]);
  echo "n";
}
// Driver code
$s = "geeksforgeeks";
morseCode($s);
// This code is contributed by mits
?>

Producción

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