c4p_sl0ck wrote:I get the same result as you so I guess we've done the same mistake.
Toster wrote:Thx, I did it c4p_sl0ck, start counting the first time with 0 not 1.
asleep777 wrote:Whether I start indexing with 1 or 0 I get the same answer. I also have the: tixgixjnl3 from Nikousek's post in running my program.
The weird thing is it seems obvious to try the other character, and that fails also. Any suggestions? I have not written anything to parse the morse code to text, just translating old school...
asleep777 wrote:I am using VB 2010 right now. The first white pixel is going to be either a . or a - , cause it would make no sense to have a space be first. The gap between the second and first white pixels is 32, which means that the first white pixel represents one letter. in morse, that would be one of two letters. so the other one is what I mean - as in the one I did not get in my answer. but since, as someone pointed out, the difference is the same for each letter, it really doesn't matter what the offset count starts at.
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