On Friday 12 December 2003 13:47, Ng Hwee Hwee wrote:

> i've read the following comment on PHP.net and found it very troubling
> because my database has Shift_JIS japanese words and my forms allow
> japanese input as well, so, does anyone know how can I stripslashes
> correctly when it comes to Japanese text? thanx thanx!

Normally you would not need to use stripslashes() anyway. What are you trying 
to do?

> hash at samurai dot fm
> 01-Dec-2003 10:34
> Might I warn readers that they should be vary careful with the use of
> stripslashes on Japanese text. The shift_jis character set includes a
> number of two-byte code charcters that contain the hex-value 0x5c
> (backslash) which will get stripped by this function thus garbling those
> characters.

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