At 1pm I called my uncle who was 64 years old 10 months ago, but I heard only that.
Later I started thinking about the 24 hour clock.
I hope you will help me solve this problem
1 week ago
What if the user is deaf? I would not be able to solve this without some help as I am deaf
2 months ago
Very nice Challenge! It's something new!
4 months ago
It is called "DMTF", stands for Dual Tone Multi Frequency
for newbie, here is the step:
1. decode the file here http://dialabc.com/sound/detect/
2. you get the number, so listen again the file to group the number
3. then, convert that decimal number to ascii character here https://onlineasciitools.com/convert-decimal-to-ascii
delete it, let people think
3 months ago
What a spoiler... You could've at least provided source to a Wikipedia article, and not the entire objective flow of solving the problem.
5 months ago
How to convert numbers to text any one help??
7 months ago
search for DTMF
9 months ago
Guys read about dial tone and DTMF decoding, search online tools or use git hub tools to extract numbers from the the .wav file. Listen how numbers are being typed, its important. Then try to decode numbers. Thanks to that challenge I've learned about DTMF and how to it works. I've also learned how to write python script for decoding these numbers.
1 year ago
Can you get the correct file so we can correct this?
this one feels impossible
edit: i finished it
That was really cool and interesting, I've never done anything like that before