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    Default How to make text bold using java

    I have a string and i want to write it in a text file ..but bold.. hw can i make the string bold or underline??:confused:

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    raw .txt files do not support bold. So there is no easy way to do it. .rtf (rich text files) do support it, but you must write .rtf xml commands out to a file.

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    Text files used plain text, you cannot format them. Some of the people confused on this. Open a text file write some text on it and save. Then click on Format->Font, and make text to Bold. Without click save close the text file. System didn't ask to save. But wordpad, MSDoc will do. Text(or plain text) not care of formatting. RTF is the solution for in such cases.

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