National Learn Your Name in Morse Code Day is generally observed on January 11 every year. Morse code is a way of telecommunication used to encode messages in a sequence called dashes and dots — or dits and dahs.
Apart from this, There is an International Morse Code which is based on the basic Latin alphabet with extra Latin letters, Arabic numerals, and punctuation. Each character in the International Morse Code has been defined by a unique sequence of dots and dashes.
Samuel Morse developed the system in the 1830s with his assistant Alfred Lewis Vail. After that, Morse code was improved by an American scientist, Joseph Henry.