Hi,

Didn't help. I tried it before that is why I tried with addcslashes. 

What I have done so far is :

I have cmp'ed the file before adding slashes and after and it seems that
it is eating up the \. Like PŮ\#as renders as PŮ#as after
stripingslashes but in the DB is PŮ\\#as. As far as I know it should
have converted back from \\ to a single \. By the way I am running
4.0.3pl1 Linux

Thanks.
        
        Sean C. McCarthy
        SCI, S.L. (www.sci-spain.com)

Jason Bell wrote:
> 
> try addslashes instead.  You might have better luck.
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
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> Subject: [PHP] Stripslashes question.
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> > Hi all,
> >
> > What will be the way to convert binary information into a string which
> > will get into an SQL query for MySQL? I tried stripcslashes but I got
> > stucked with it. Any help?
> >
> > Thanks in advance.
> >
> > Sean C. McCarthy
> > SCI, S.L. (www.sci-spain.com)
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