> Adam
> Thanks for your reply.  So if I disable magic_quotes, and I assume I can do
> that a script, then the stripslashes would work as the manuel said it
> would,
> meaning
> G\\a//r\y\\ becomes G\a//r'y\
> I also assume that until php 6 is out and or I upgrade to it, I will have
> to
> deal with magic_quotes?
> Thank you for your help.
> Gary

You can disable magic quotes with php.ini or htaccess or toss in the example
#2 code on this page if you don't have access to php.ini (each of these
examples are listed within the page below):

it doesn't look like you'll have to wait long before you can stop worrying
about magic quotes (actually, several distros ship with them turned off:



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