|“||the general term for the material that a programmer must give to a user to explain how the program runs. Programs frequently come with pamphlets that explain the program’s powers and limitations. The documentation must anticipate as many potential questions and exigencies as the programmer can imagine the user will face because most people do not understand computers and programs fully, and it would therefore be very difficult for users to solve their problems themselves.||”|
|“||[n]arrative, schematic, or tabular material which accompanies a computer program or is embedded in it. Computer program documentation has the purposes of recording and explaining:
Computer program documentation may be internal to the program in the form of:
Or external to the program in the form of:
Documentation may include written notes, audio tape or videotapes, printed forms, sketches, or photographs that form a detailed record of a scene, the evidence recovered, and actions taken during the search of a scene.