Jim Ray wrote:
> Can anyone tell me if  this is correct? Or can someone tell me how to save a
> field with an @ in it?

You certainly can safe a field with a @ in it, just use the addslashes()
function on the string before you do the insert.

$string = addslashes($string);

this will basically escape any command characters with a backslash, or you could
do it manually.



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