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Hi,

I am trying below example

http://codingbat.com/prob/p147483


i put code as below
public String makeTags(String tag, String word) {
  return "<"+tag+">"+word+"<"+tag+">";
}

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I got output as below
Expected      Run            
makeTags("i", "Yay") → "<i>Yay</i>"      "<i>Yay<i>"      X         
makeTags("i", "Hello") → "<i>Hello</i>"      "<i>Hello<i>"      X         
makeTags("cite", "Yay") → "<cite>Yay</cite>"      "<cite>Yay<cite>"      X         
makeTags("address", "here") → "<address>here</address>"      "<address>here<address>"      X         
makeTags("body", "Heart") → "<body>Heart</body>"      "<body>Heart<body>"      X         
makeTags("i", "i") → "<i>i</i>"      "<i>i<i>"      X         
makeTags("i", "") → "<i></i>"      "<i><i>"      X         
other tests


How do i improve and fix my code.
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You are missing a "/" character in your end tag
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public String makeTags(String tag, String word) {
  return "<"+tag+">"+word+"<"+tag+"/>";
}

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I tried as above still test cases are failing. Please advise on what i am doing wrong.
Expected      Run            
makeTags("i", "Yay") → "<i>Yay</i>"      "<i>Yay<i/>"      X         
makeTags("i", "Hello") → "<i>Hello</i>"      "<i>Hello<i/>"      X         
makeTags("cite", "Yay") → "<cite>Yay</cite>"      "<cite>Yay<cite/>"      X         
makeTags("address", "here") → "<address>here</address>"      "<address>here<address/>"      X         
makeTags("body", "Heart") → "<body>Heart</body>"      "<body>Heart<body/>"      X         
makeTags("i", "i") → "<i>i</i>"      "<i>i<i/>"      X         
makeTags("i", "") → "<i></i>"      "<i><i/>"      X         
other tests
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by:gudii9
ID: 40435028
public String makeTags(String tag, String word) {
  return "<"+tag+">"+word+"</"+tag+">";
}

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above worked fine
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