Have you tried escaping the backslash character with another one: "\\"?
On Wed, 2002-03-06 at 06:34, Torkil Johnsen wrote:
> I have a simple form taking in some user text input and storing it in a
> mysql database. My problem is that PHP strips off any backslashes in the
> text. I realize that backspace is used as an escape character in PHP, but
> sometimes i DO want it in there!!
> Is there a way to do this so that I can store them? For example replacing
> the backslash with some code? Like "&" can replace "&"?
> - Torkil
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