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Besides which, the case does not revolve around "the API", but rather about "bits of the API". Ie. A certain, defined, specific, named, subset of, the entrypoints within "The API".

Yes, it's not about every API in the Java's core libraries, but no, it's not about a subset of entry points either. From what I've read (and I've been reading transcripts from court), it is about the *full* API of the 37 packages shown below. (A Java package is akin to a Perl package/module.) Could you point me to this subset of entry points?

The 37 packages are listed in Trial Exhibit 1072 (TX1072). I can't find the exhibit except as a part of a slide show that obscures half the list.

  1. java.awt.font
  2. java.beans
  3. java.io
  4. java.lang
  5. java.lang.annotation
  6. java.lang.ref
  7. java.lang.reflect
  8. java.net
  9. java.nio
  10. java.nio.channels
  11. java.nio.channels.spi
  12. java.nio.charset
  13. java.nio.charset.spi
  14. java.security
  15. java.security.acl
  16. java.security.cert
  17. java.security.interafaces
  18. java.security.spec
  19. java.sql
  20. java.text[...obscured...]
  21. java.util
  22. java.util.[...obscured...]
  23. java.util.[...obscured...]
  24. java.util.[...obscured...]
  25. java.util.[...obscured...]
  26. java.util.[...obscured...]
  27. javax.cry[...obscured...]
  28. javax.cry[...obscured...]
  29. javax.cry[...obscured...]
  30. javax.net[...obscured...]
  31. javax.net[...obscured...]
  32. javax.sec[...obscured...]
  33. javax.sec[...obscured...]
  34. javax.sec[...obscured...]
  35. javax.sec[...obscured...]
  36. javax.sec[...obscured...]
  37. javax.sql[...obscured...]

Update: Added list of packages and the paragraph introducing them.


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