I tried different solutions and it has led me to suspect a
something-or-another in mssql_query() function. However, the problem could
originate from mssql_connect() or mssql_select_db() as well since there is
no way I can verify otherwise, unless I start debugging. And debugging is
exactly what's on the menu next.

Still, has anyone come across the same problem or the lack of the problem?

A correction would be in order as well. Since I thought it was weird of *it*
to replace some chars with two (e.g.. "" with ",," as I recall mentioning)
I double checked that. Actually, of course, its replaced by one char, in
this case the lower quotation marks which look like two consequent commas.
Sry for that.

Thanks,

Karl.


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