InputDialog ASP.NET WebControl

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The InputDialog is a customizable webform dialog that collects data from a user via a popup window or DHTML layer programmatically on the client. The dialog is invoked by a standard HTML button or custom image button and it returns the collected data back to a hidden or visible

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