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hi,

i'd like to use a JOptionPane to allow the user to supply a password in. Is there any way of making the text field in the JOptionPane.showInputDialog not show the characters being typed in it ?(like a JPasswordField)

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Programmer_to_be
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         JPasswordField jpf = new JPasswordField(30);
         JPanel messagePanel = new JPanel();
         messagePanel.setLayout(new BoxLayout(messagePanel, BoxLayout.Y_AXIS));
         messagePanel.add(new JLabel("Enter password:"));
         messagePanel.add(jpf);
         int result = JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, messagePanel,  "Enter Password",
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