The International Telecommuication Union finally introduced the “@”-sign in the morse code alphabet. The “@” will be then .–.-. from May on. The morse code itself celebrates its 160 year anniversary these days.
But is telegraphy still used today? Yes, in some countries you still need to take a morse code exam to get an amateur radio licence. However, many countries have abolished this requirement. I also had to take this exam when I did my amateur radio licence exam, but only with a reduced speed of only 25 letters per minute. The speed in real life is much higher than this and starts with 60-80 letters per minute.
If you want to have a QSO (for the non-HAMS, this is a conversation via the radio) in such a high speed there are also several computer programmes available that you can connect to your transceiver. This website links to several of these programmes.