looping over a structure and updating code

I have the following script

<cfloop list="#structKeyList(structform)#" index="key">	
	<cfstoredproc procedure="updatecode" datasource="#Application.ds#">
		<cfprocparam cfsqltype="CF_SQL_VARCHAR" value="#key#">
		<cfprocparam cfsqltype="CF_SQL_VARCHAR" value="#structform[key]#">
		<cfprocresult name="returncode">
	</cfstoredproc>
	<cfset lsterrors = listAppend(lsterrors,returncode.return_value,',')>
	</cfloop>

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it above works fine, i get the messages as in a list like this

Description~1, Description2~-1

now -1 means the update failed for second one and for others it works

Now i want to return a message like the ones which worked should return me like

Updated Textaeas ae "#Descripted#" & Failed are "#Description#"

Updated will all have 1 return value and failed will have -1 return value, so probably if i can color them too it will be nice
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gdemariaCommented:
<cfset yesList = "">
<cfset noList = "">
<cfloop list="#structKeyList(structform)#" index="key">	
	<cfstoredproc procedure="updatecode" datasource="#Application.ds#">
		<cfprocparam cfsqltype="CF_SQL_VARCHAR" value="#key#">
		<cfprocparam cfsqltype="CF_SQL_VARCHAR" value="#structform[key]#">
		<cfprocresult name="returncode">
	</cfstoredproc>
    <cfif returncode.return_value contains "-1">
       <cfset noList = listAppend(noList,listFirst(returncode.return_value,"~"))>
	<cfelse>
       <cfset yesList = listAppend(yesList,listFirst(returncode.return_value,"~"))>
	</cfif>
</cfloop>
<cfif len(noList)>
   Failed are: #noList#
</cfif>
<cfif len(YesList)>
   Updated are: #yesList#
</cfif>	

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Gurpreet Singh RandhawaCEOAuthor Commented:
have not tested but trust you that it will work

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