I'm trying to figure out year when the term "program" was firstly used is the meaning ‘a series of coded instructions which directs a computer in carrying out a specific task’.
Additionally I need a book/paper/essay where I can read this definition.
Let me explain. For example here https://www.etymonline.com/word/program stated that it happened in 1945, but without any proof or document names.
On the other hand, in a 1947 document "Planning and Coding Problems for an Electronic Computing Instrument, Part 1" by H. Goldstine and J. von Neumann. It is stated:
We call the coded sequence of a problem a routine
So not a program, but a routine.
Moreover in 1949 at the Cambridge conference, David Wheeler (EDSAC designer) wrote:
A PROGRAMME is a flowchart showing the operations (in block form) corresponding to the action of the calculator during the solution of the problem.
A ROUTINE is the programme written in the detailed code of a particular machine.
Again it is routine not a program.
So I can not find any proofs from 1945, 1947 and 1949 that the term program means ‘series of coded instructions which directs a computer in carrying out a specific task’