One of my microcontroller projects requires me to measure values and transmit then in Morse code. There may be code out there to do this already, but I couldn’t find it. I’m sure there are more elegant and efficient ways to handle the conversion, but this works for me. Hopefully someone will find it useful!

binary_to_Morse

#include <stdio.h>

//Morse code numbers from 0 to 9
char * array [10] = {"-----",".----","..---","...--","....-",
	 ".....","-....","--...","---..","----."};

void beep(char v){
	// beep (or print) Morse code as necessary
	printf("%s ",array[v]);
}

void send(int l){
	// convert a number into Morse code
	char d=0;int t=0;int val=0;
	for (t=100000;t>0;t=t/10){ //number of digits here
		if (l>t){d=l/t;beep(d);l-=d*t;}else{beep(0);}
	}
	printf("n");
}

void main(){
	// program starts here
	int l=0b1111111111; //sample number (maximum 10-bit)
	printf("%d ",l);send(l);
	l=0b11010001100101100011; //larger sample number
	printf("%d ",l);send(l);
}