That would be because this way you'll end up with the proper data in the
database instead of HTML-encoded strings. Plus it's the proper way to do it --
everybody does it this way and it's a good habit.
Jonathan Hilgeman wrote:
> I thought I made it somewhat clear:
> > when I'm dealing with form inputs that can contain quote marks
> Why run 3 functions at separate times when you can run one once just before
> data is inserted into the database?
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