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From:Paul DuBois Date:April 26 2002 8:31pm
Subject:Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolon
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At 14:03 -0600 4/26/02, Anna Fowles-Winkler wrote:
>Hi,
>
>I have an insert command that I'm executing through the C API function
>mysql_real_query.  One of my values is a string like this:
>'1;'
>
>When mysql_real_query sees the ;, it thinks it's the end of the
>statement.

That's unlikely.  I'd guess that you're passing a value for the
query length parameter that's too low.

>   How can I prevent that from happening?  Is there a way to
>escape it?
>
>Thanks very much,
>Anna
>awinkler@stripped

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mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonAnna Fowles-Winkler26 Apr
  • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonPaul DuBois26 Apr
  • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonAnna Fowles-Winkler26 Apr
    • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonPaul DuBois26 Apr
  • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonAnna Fowles-Winkler26 Apr
    • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonPaul DuBois26 Apr
  • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonAnna Fowles-Winkler26 Apr
  • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonAnna Fowles-Winkler26 Apr
  • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonGerald Clark29 Apr
  • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonAnna Fowles-Winkler29 Apr
    • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonPaul DuBois29 Apr
  • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonAnna Fowles-Winkler29 Apr
    • Re: mysql_real_query and escaping a semicolonMichael Widenius30 Apr