The details will vary depending on the context/domain, and answers in the computer/IT industry may vary from other domains. But, speaking generally, I believe the terms you are looking for are in scope/out of scope. For example:
The following objects are in scope for the program: A, B, C
The following objects are not in scope for the program: D, E
...as well as numerous variations:
The following objects are out of scope for the program: D, E
These objects are outside of the program's scope: D, E
These objects are out of scope: D, E
Side note: I would avoid using D..E to mean "everything between D and E, inclusive" unless your audience is highly technical. It's accurate, just not understood outside the technical community. "Average" users will better understand "D-E" or even "D through E". Similarly, while you can pass objects and variables to a function or program, average end users won't understand what is meant. I would use words like "handled," "read," or "managed" instead.