*blushes deeply* It turns out my old php3.ini was still being loaded which had magic_quotes turned ON! Turning magic_quotes off of course fixed the problem. My thanks for your patience.
Cheers! On Wed, 26 Mar 2003, Tom Rogers wrote: > Hi, > > Wednesday, March 26, 2003, 9:10:26 PM, you wrote: > AD> Why is it that PHP does not automatically unescape data retrieved from a > AD> mySQL query? It seems to me that this should be the default behaviour as > AD> the bulk of what PHP web scripts do is display said data. I'm just > AD> wondering if I'm missing some command or optional argument to make this > AD> happen. As it is, I had to write an array_stripslashes routine and run > AD> every single db query I do through it. Just seems odd to me. > > AD> Cheers! > > AD> -- > AD> Aaron Dalton > AD> [EMAIL PROTECTED] > AD> PGPKeyID# 0x65AB5571 > > > Sounds like your doing addslashes twice before storing the data. > or magic_quotes_runtime is set on in your php.ini > > -- Aaron Dalton [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGPKeyID# 0x65AB5571 -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php