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I am creating an application that will request input information from the user, via a dialog box, based on an item selected in a list. Each list selection will request a different set of information. There is some data that is common to all selections that I would like to separate from the selection specific data. I would like to create a separator much like a menu separator, but I am not sure how to do that (or whether or not it can even be done) in a dialog box.
The only restrictions occur because of the target host. The application has to run on an HP workstation running HP-UX 10.20. It is my understanding that the latest java version HP-UX 10.20 supports is 1.1.8.
 
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