In the last episode (Mar 29), David yahoo said:
> I know that function in php, but I generate sql from a sql queries in order
> to export some data
> from on database to another.
> I make something like that :
> select concat('INSERT INTO links VALUES(NULL,"99","',link.about,'","',
> this queries gives me sql insert command.
There is no native mysql ESCAPE() or UNESCAPE() function. It would be
nice to have, though :)
A workaround would be SELECT ...
, which will escape all quotes and backslashes in link.about.
( table, query )