# How can I make text inside set notation look like normal text?

I'm very new to LaTeX, and have never been very good with computers, so apologies for not knowing how to post questions on here properly or missing out anything important.

I have this:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\begin{document}
$F_f=\{z\in \mathbb{\hat{C}}:(\vert f^n(z) \vert) is bounded\}$
\end{document}


"is bounded" comes out in italics and I'd like it to look like normal text (as in text not in  or  signs. Any help would be appreciated.

And I realize that I've got lots of \ signs missing, they don't seem to show up.

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Use: \text{ is bounded}. –  Gonzalo Medina Mar 23 at 16:56
Use \text{ is bounded} and be happy. –  Sigur Mar 23 at 16:56
Better yet, \{z\in\hat{\mathbb{C}}:\text{$(\lvert f^n(z)\rvert)$ is bounded}\} –  egreg Mar 23 at 16:58
Wow, that's great! Thank you! –  kingzapper Mar 23 at 17:00