And I apologize if I came off as ultra-defensive/rude. I had a bad day, a
bright idea, and then felt like someone was tearing it to pieces. This is
like the PHP soap opera.
From: Bogdan Stancescu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 3:44 PM
To: Jonathan Hilgeman
Cc: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Fixed Quote Marks in Inputs
Ok, seems like I misjudged you and I apologize for that.
I haven't changed my opinion about the very issue we've been discussing -
wanted to post the sentence above, just for the record.
Jonathan Hilgeman wrote:
> Apparently, the experienced way is to store them with slashes, which is
> I've followed for years. I consider years of programming to be a fair
> of experience, thus qualifying me to be experienced. ANYHOW, after finally
> thinking a bit outside the box and with some valuable input from some
> co-workers, we came up with this function which is a much more efficient
> solution in this matter than the "experienced" way you proposed.
> My purpose in even posting this function was so that other people could
> avoid having to go through the same problems I faced when using the
> and apparently "experienced" method that I only used because I listened to
> programmers like you (mind you, I said LIKE you, not YOU) who believe in
> standard procedure in all cases without considering more efficient
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