Thanks for the tip on the nl2br function. That function proved to be
very helpful when displaying data in a HTML table.
I noticed the \n is ok when sending text to a form with multiline input
>>> Terry Romine <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 06/10/02 02:35PM >>>
Any text field that has the possibility of getting quotes should be
$textfield = addslashes($textfield);
prior to insert.
Then on displaying, use
$textfield = stripslashes($textfield);
If it is a big text (including paragraphs) I use
$textfield = nl2br(stripslashes($textfield));
On Monday, June 10, 2002, at 12:40 PM, Daniel Brunner wrote:
> Spit some code out...I put a lot of ' in my inserts...
> Is it from a form?!?!!?
> Is it from a Insert, or Select or Update?!?
> That's why we need some code...
> On Monday, June 10, 2002, at 12:01 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> I have noticed that when I try to assign the value of a input field
>> that has a ' in it for example : <can't > It will goof up my
>> to load the information to the database. Anyone know a way around
>> this? Do I have to send each string through a parsing routine before
>> assigning my string to a variable that will be used in a SQL
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