The title page of the manual should state the version of the programs or packages documented in the manual. The Top node of the manual should also contain this information. If the manual is changing more frequently than or independent of the program, also state a version number for the manual in both of these places.
Each program documented in the manual should should have a node named `program Invocation' or `Invoking program'. This node (together with its subnodes, if any) should describe the program's command line arguments and how to run it (the sort of information people would look in a man page for). Start with an `@example' containing a template for all the options and arguments that the program uses.
Alternatively, put a menu item in some menu whose item name fits one of the above patterns. This identifies the node which that item points to as the node for this purpose, regardless of the node's actual name.
There will be automatic features for specifying a program name and quickly reading just this part of its manual.
If one manual describes several programs, it should have such a node for each program described.
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