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Is there a way to get user input in Java just like inputbox in LotusScript?

I am writing an agent in Java that will send a document to an intended recipient. The way I am coding it, it requires users to type in an e-mail address to whom the documents needs to go to.

My question is,: Is there a way to get user input in Java just like inputbox in LotusScript? If not, what is the alternate (in Java obviously)?

You can use a number of classes to support input dialogs using Java. The JOPtionPane versions are nice. You should start at this Sun tutorial.

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