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JPLDISJet Propulsion Laboratory Display Information System
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On December 11, a federal judge threw out Ashton-Tate's suit against Fox Software and trashed the company's dbase copyrights, accusing Tate of "repeatedly" and "knowingly" concealing that the dbase product line was derived from a mainframe language called JPLDIS. Wall Street promptly reacted by chopping $36 million (18% of the company's total worth) off the value of Ashton-Tate's stock.