Murray code

Murray code

[′mər·ē ‚kōd]
(communications)
A binary code with five binary digits per letter which was developed to be used with a typewriterlike device which would punch holes in paper tape, and is now the basis of the widely used CCIT 2 code.
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The Murray code actually introduced what became known as 'control characters' -- the CR (Carriage Return) and LF (Line Feed) codes.
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ACC Pat Gallan with Mark Whitworth, CEO Peel airports, Insp Steve Melia, Sgt Jane Oliver and Andy Gower (airport director) Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY/at040908dairport-1; Sgt Jane Oliver speaking to traveller Samantha Murray Code at040908dairport-2