It certainly is (or rather, was). There definitely is (was) Hebrew Morse.
At 08:20 20/09/99 -0700, James E. Agenbroad wrote:
>On Thu, 16 Sep 1999, G. Adam Stanislav wrote:
>> At 12:11 15-09-1999 -0700, Kenneth Whistler wrote:
>> >Or, knowing the predilection of some in the character encoding
>> >business to precomposed wholes, rather than combining, we
>> >should also include:
>> >MORSE SIGNAL DIT DIT
>> >MORSE SIGNAL DIT DIT DIT
>> Why not just have MORSE CODE A, MORSE CODE B, etc.
> Monday, Septyember 20, 1999
>Isn't Morse code like Braille used for many different alphabets?
> Jim Agenbroad ( jage@LOC.gov )
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