Just what is Sun trying to prove?

Kearns, Dave
October 1997
Network World;10/20/97, Vol. 14 Issue 42, p24
Trade Publication
Focuses on Sun Microsystems Inc.'s lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. over the implementation of Java in the Internet Explorer 4.0 computer software. Claims that Microsoft made unauthorized changes in Java support files and libraries; Facts and issues.


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