Programming languages are a class of semiotics of great interest, although little investigated by current semiotic literature. Their explicit linguistic nature, together with their artificiality, make them an interesting test bed for a theory of enunciation. In our contribution we discuss some introductory elements for an analysis of the categories of persona, space and time in programming languages, demonstrating the “ethnographic” variability that results from the presence of various linguistic paradigms.
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