First new one in many whiles, called "commat": @.
Google on [commat morse code new], and pick a nice one.
It's [di dah dah di dah], according to one "hit".
It's "stale news", but I thought it might be of some interest to Qalamites.

Fwiw, an obsolete variety of Morse code once used in the USA included
spaces within the dits and dahs of a few letters; those spaces were longer
than between dits and dahs, and shorter than between letters, afaik.

Note that phonetic Morse is much closer to spoken percussion/drumming
syllables* than text.
*Such as "ta ka dhi mi" in classical music of India. (Are these written?)


Nicholas Bodley /*|*\ Waltham, Mass.
The curious hermit -- autodidact and polymath
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