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I have a list types and text source
var types= new List<string>()
                    {
                        "Volvo",
                        "Saab",                  
                    };
 
string source = "This car is Volvo and the other one is Saab";


and I want the words to be in bold as follows:

"This car is Volvo and the other one is Saab"

What I have tried:

I can do it in javascript using the RegExp using the following function:
function makeBold(source, types) {
    return source.replace(new RegExp('(\\b)(' + types.join('|') + ')(\\b)', 'ig'), '$1<bold>$2</bold>$3');
}

The question: How can I write the same function in C#? Or how to do it in C# in general?
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Updated 17-Aug-21 10:30am
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PIEBALDconsult 17-Aug-21 16:05pm    
With a Regular Expression.
TempoClick 17-Aug-21 16:24pm    
can you show me how?
PIEBALDconsult 17-Aug-21 16:30pm    
Essentially the same as you show.

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can you show me how?

Start here: Regex Class (System.Text.RegularExpressions) | Microsoft Docs[^]
And here: Regular Expression Language - Quick Reference | Microsoft Docs[^]
And download from here: Expresso[^] - it's free, and it examines and generates Regular expressions.
 
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