That's weird.  But try '\/19"; use the back-slash to escape the control 

Scott Fletcher wrote:

> Hi!
>     When I put the data, "/19"; into a PHP variable,   I found that it
> produce only "9" in the variable.  PHP probably think that "/1" is like
> "/r", "/n", etc.  So, what substitute do I need to use to make it "/19"
> instead of "9".  I don't know of any PHP code or shortcut to cancel out that
> effect.
> Thanks,
>  Scott

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