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Escrevendo "copo d'água" no MySQL


Frank K Hosaka

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A parte mais difícil da gramática do MySQL, HTML e o PHP é quando eu precisei usar o apóstrofo simples ou duplo (tipo cano 3/4") no histórico ou descrição de um formulário. Para evitar esse problema, eu sempre evitei de usar os apóstrofos. Ontem, no entanto, a Gemini sugeriu usar o comando addslashes do PHP. Agora sim eu posso escrever o que eu quiser no MySQL:

<?php

// ...

$this->Conexao->insert("tbdiario (dia,lcto,contad,contac,valor,hist)
                values ('$dia',$lcto,$contad,$contac,$valor,'".addslashes($hist)."')");

 

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