This computer-generated pangram contains six A's, one B, three C's, three D's, thirty-seven E's, six F's, three G's, nine H's, twelve I's, one J, one K, two L's, three M's, twenty-two N's, thirteen O's, three P's, one Q, fourteen R's, twenty-nine S's, twenty-four T's, five U's, six V's, seven W's, four X's, five Y's, and one Z.
Answer: This is not really a puzzle, merely a curious and clever piece of text.
During the recent BrainBashers cipher convention, a Morse code contest took place. The contest consisted of a Morse code transmission where the spaces between the letters and words were missing. Can you decipher the sequence and find the well known proverb?