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Morse code was an early method of communication via electronic signals. Each letter and number was represented by a unique series of long and short tones, with a pause to indicate the beginning of the next character. Implement a Morse Code interpreter, using the key to the right, that translates five-letter messages (no more, no less).
The first line of input is the number of test cases that follow.
Each input case appears on a single line, and will include five Morse code characters, a space-separated series of long and short tones, represented by dots and dashes.
There will be at most 1000 test cases.
For each case, output the line “Case x:” where x is the case number, on a single line. Then output a single space followed by an all-caps alphanumeric representation of the message, exactly five characters in length.
5 ... ..- .--. . .-. ... .- .-.. .- -.. --.- ..- . ... --- -.. .. ... -.-. --- -. -.-- .-.. --- -.
Case 1: SUPER Case 2: SALAD Case 3: QUESO Case 4: DISCO Case 5: NYLON