Jason G. wrote:

> Hello General and Dev list,
> Considering the fact that it is good practice to use htmlspecialchars() 
> anytime you are outputting non-html content to the browser...
> After typing the 16 characters in the htmlspecialchars() function 
> thousands of times...
> I was wondering if it would be feasible to create an alias for this 
> function, say hsc() or something short.
> Even nicer, but probably not practical would be a language extension like:
> <?== $var ?>   being the same as  <?= htmlspecialchars($var) ?>

Yup, sounds like a good idea. But I guess you could always wrap 
htmlspecialchars in your own function until php gets that feature.

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