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Software prototyping is a well-known term that is associated with a number of myths and misconceptions. High-fidelity (HiFi) prototypes depict what it will seem like when it’s finished. The final product may or may not follow the same logic as a prototype based on how the program is developed. Prototyping is also known as throwaway prototyping because each previous prototype is rendered inapplicable to the present state of development when used non this manner. It is particularly beneficial for third-party involvement when a prototype is used to show off in-progress software.