|Syntax and mark-up / Phrases|
Program, routine, API and script names are identified using the cmdname and apiname elements.
The DITA programming domain is a set of mark-up elements used for documenting programming languages and their use. The software domain is a similar set of elements used for documenting software applications.
To identify a program or script name within an end-user's use of a software application, you should use the cmdname (command name) element (from the software domain).
To identify a function, API or sub-routine within documentation aimed at programmers, you should use the apiname (API name) element (from the programming domain).
<step><cmd>After resetting the computer, run the <cmdname>syscheck</cmdname> program to verify the recovery.</cmd></step>
<p>You can link the <apiname>print</apiname> sub-routine to the button's <apiname>onclick</apiname> event.</p>