I've got a question about the echo function. If I have a variable (string)
with a ` in it, and I use echo, the output is \` instead. This I use this
in a form (if people fill in the form incorrectly, they get the form
again, with the values they entered filled in) and it looks rather weird
when a ' used in a textline becomes a \` when they get the form again. (In
between, I have $comment = preg_replace ("[\']","`",$comment).) Besides,
when they resubmit the form, the \ is kept and when they get the form for
the third time, it thus becomes \\` - kind of messy :) ... So, what do I
do? Is there a way I can use echo without having it translate ` to \`? And
what do other people do to replace ' in strings (I can't have them because
I use mySQL to store the data).
Thanks in advance for any responses ...
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