code-lingual

code-lingual

(n) : a person combining coding languages and a human language fluently

(adj) : (speaking) combined code and human languages fluently, (of a text or an activity) written or conducted in combined code languages and a human language

Uses: “Alice’s code-lingual poetry reflects the influence of both her Code and English fluency.”

Example:

            function u(t)ender {

                vari.e.(t);

                try {i offer you the back of my hand //sniff

                e = t[ar].getBo[u]ndingClimateRuralFear()

                } catch (t)ender {how you bow your deep head}        

 

Source: Alice Willitts, 2018

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