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Generated 12:01:37 on Jan 22, 2020
Form data is always escaped with a backslash
I am posting a form with text fields to a php script and it appears that when I read out the fields using
then all quotes (single and double) are preceded by a backslash.
How can I turn that off?
The original (\ escaped) version is actually useful if you need to insert the data into a database. However, for display purposes or to write it to a text file, you'll better do without them.
You can either change the setting of magic_quotes, see detailed information here:
.. or, if you do not have access to that file (or do not want to change it), then you can call
This function returns the unescaped string (slashes are removed, as the function's name suggests.)
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