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From:Martin Edelius Date:July 12 1999 2:52pm
Subject:SV: Eliminating / in text.
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Hmmm...

What functions do you use to store and retrieve your data with and in
what language? How and where do you present the retrieved data? I use
addslashes() (PHP3) before storing text and I never see any slashes when
putting it back on the web.


Best regards,
Martin Edelius

Spirex Digital Design

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Datum: den 12 juli 1999 16:24


>When using PHP forms, has anyone found a way to eliminate the
forward-slash
>/ that precedes a ' in text when a ' is entered in a text area on a
form.
>For example, if someone entered the phrase: I'm hungry
>It would appear as: I\'m hungry
>When viewed in a page.
>
>Martin E. Koss
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SV: Eliminating / in text.Martin Edelius12 Jul
  • RE: Eliminating / in text.Martin E. Koss12 Jul