How to take user input in java using JOptionPane

While writing an application that is driven based on user input, a mechanism is required for user to provide the required data. In java, there are several options for taking the user input e.g. passing the user input through command line arguments, using Scanner, using BufferedReader or using JOptionPane.

Here we will discuss JOptionPane for taking the user input. Beauty of using this method is that it provides a graphical interface for taking the user input as shown in the image below:

Taking user input in java using JOptionPane

Here is the code snippet to take user input using JOptionPane:

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