I will give an example of what the fuzz was all about.
what oracle was claiming that if they have developed a function say a(int b,char c)
then irrespective of whatever you did to achieve this functionality if you are using same notions you are infringing.
which the more i think looks more stupid.
the biggest problem with this waslarge array of languages which support natural language flows i.e. try to be close to human language would have infringed if not to oracle then to someone else.
good that the judge himself was a programmer and understood the correct concerns.