troubleshooting Question

Create comma separated list without last comma

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Andy GreenFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
Microsoft SQL Server
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I have a combobox with multiple selections and want to create a comma separated list form the selectedvalues.

I have this

Dim sbSp As New StringBuilder()
        Dim collectionSp As IList(Of RadComboBoxItem) = ddlUsers.CheckedItems
        For Each item As RadComboBoxItem In collectionSp
            sbSp.Append(item.Value + ",")
        Next

        RoomUsers = sbSp.ToString

What this gives me is the correct list but there is always a comma at the end.
What do I need to change to remove the comma.

Andy
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