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My java app Launches but Shows Command Prompt Window -- Stop This!

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I made a java application on my Windows system.  I placed this application in my "Send To" popup menu so that when i select it it will launch the java aplication.  The problem is i HATE how it has to show the DOS Command Prompt Window when launching the application.  

Is there a way to "HIDE" this dos window so the launching and executiion of my java application can seem like a regular application?

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Thank you for the great answers!
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>>Thank you for the great answers!
Then why didn't you split the points?
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