> I don't think so since the mysql_real_escape_string() requires a connection 
> handler.  Why not use bind param?

Thanks. I just googled bind param but I am still a bit unclear as to
what is going on.

To be clear, I have a file of functions that I use in many scripts,
lets call it functions.inc. One of the functions calls
mysql_real_escape_string() but in order to do that it looks like I
have to connect to a database. However, different scripts connect to
different databases, and some do not connect to a database at all, so
I cannot simple connect to a database from the functions.inc file as
that will interfere with the database connections going on in the
scripts including that file.

Dotan Cohen


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