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How do you turn off BOLD in an HTML tag?

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I am writing a C#.net / ASP.net application.  In my code I load a variable with text data.  This variable is then assigned to an HTML editor that presents the data to the users.  In the textual contents of the variable, I am using HTML tags to bold data.  My problem is the bold does not turn off.  Can someone point me in the right direction to solve this problem?


Here is my code:
notice the <b>Medications<br /> .....this is where I start the bolding.  I want it to stop after the s in Medications.  I have also tried <b>Medications<b><br /> but that did not work either.
// Concantenate Rx Array
                int rxindex;
                MyGlobalVars.RxConCat = "<b>Medications<br />";
                for (rxindex = 0; rxindex < MyGlobalVars.RxCount; rxindex++)
                {
                    MyGlobalVars.RxConCat = string.Format("{0}<br />{1}<br />", MyGlobalVars.RxConCat, MyGlobalVars.Rx[rxindex]);
                }

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Question by:kwh3856
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by:Kalpesh Chhatrala
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Bold Start Tag <b>

Bold Stop Tag </b>
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// Concantenate Rx Array
                int rxindex;
                MyGlobalVars.RxConCat = "<b>Medications</b><br />";
                for (rxindex = 0; rxindex < MyGlobalVars.RxCount; rxindex++)
                {
                    MyGlobalVars.RxConCat = string.Format("{0}<br />{1}<br />", MyGlobalVars.RxConCat, MyGlobalVars.Rx[rxindex]);
                }

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by:pateljitu
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Try code as provide below, after Medications have added </b> tag to end representing text as bold in HTML.

// Concantenate Rx Array
                int rxindex;
                MyGlobalVars.RxConCat = "<b>Medications</b><br />";
                for (rxindex = 0; rxindex < MyGlobalVars.RxCount; rxindex++)
                {
                    MyGlobalVars.RxConCat = string.Format("{0}<br />{1}<br />", MyGlobalVars.RxConCat, MyGlobalVars.Rx[rxindex]);
                }
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by:kwh3856
ID: 34990226
Thank you.  That was exactly what I needed.
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by:pateljitu
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Please ignore code submitted by me @pateljitu and refer@kalpesh2804 code.
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