This question is primarily directed at the required art of a computerized method patent. Say I am not a code writing software engineer but come up with a method or system of operation on computerized devices. I would be contracting a software engineer to develop the actual code that facilitates the methods and its operations. Is a written diagram of how the method operates that shows the actual concept and how it is deployed on computerized devices and how it differs from current operational methods an acceptable submission, or, is it required to submit the actual code the requirement as the art in the application submission? So in brief, in a computer method patent, is the description of the method or the actual code for the method the art that shows the intellectual concept of the method if the actual inventor of the method does not write actual computer code?