I was doing a test of stripslashes on a $_POST, when I recieved the email,
all of the slashes were still in the data posted.
I used :
$fname = stripslashes($_POST['fname']);
I input G\\a//r\y\\, and was expecting, according to the manuel G\a//r*y\,
but got the original spelling.
echo stripslashes($fname); and did get the expected result on the page, but
not in the email from the $_POST.
I also tried
$fname = (stripslashes($_POST['fname']));
But got the same result.
Can anyone tell me what I am not understaning?
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