I am a programmer, and I know it is fairly common that we say "to code" to roughly mean "to work with some body of code".
My question is if we can use this word for other kinds of code as well. For example,
There's something special about that song. It's got a secret message Morse coded into the percussion.
(code, meaning to represent the code) or
These blades code the character onto the ticker tape each time this rod is pulled low.
(code, meaning to cut the code into the paper) or
When you speak into this microphone, they will hear your voice next door. Instantaneously it is coded as an MP3 and streamed across the internet also.
(coded as, meaning recorded in the form of)