Yesterday, I intercepted a message encoded in Morse code, but, because I was extremely tired, decided to wait until today to decode it to plain text. However, when I looked at the piece of paper I had written it on, I could not make heads nor tail of what I had written.
I know that the square is a dot, the dash is a dash, and the slash is the break character (used both between characters and between words).
For instance, look at the first two characters on the second line: they are both break characters, which you would never find two of in a row - even if it's between words, there would only be one. Then, the final row has seven non-break characters in a row, whereas the longest letter or number only uses five.
Can you decipher the message?
\.-.-\. \\-\-.\ \--\-.\ \-\\.\. .\\..-- .\..--\ .-.--..