Understanding Software

Variation A

The programs and procedures, as opposed
to the physical equipment, utilized in computing.

Variation B

The programs used to direct the operation
of a computer, as well as documentation giving
instructions on how to use them.

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Variation C

The programs, routines, and symbolic languages
that govern the functioning of the hardware and
direct its operation.

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Variation D

Written programs or procedures or rules and
associated documentation pertaining to the
operation of a computer system that are retained
in read/write memory.

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Variation E

The programs, programming languages, and
data that direct the operations of a computer
system. Word processing programs and Internet
browsers are examples of software.

Variation F

The programs and instructions that run a
computer, as opposed to the actual physical
machinery and devices that compose the hardware.

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