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Input - Output String Functions

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This tutorial is showing some functions that you need to use for your taking data from a user (text field, text area) since it is not secure to receive a string data and input them directly into your database.

Input - Output String Functions

     

This tutorial is showing some functions that you need to use for your taking data from a user (text field, text area) since it is not secure to receive a string data and input them directly into your database.

Some special characters as ", ' , \ may be stop your SQL commands or damage your database structure and as the gateway for hackers to hack your website.

Returns a string with backslashes before characters that need to be quoted in database queries etc.

Example:

<?php

$str="rose'india";

echo "Actual string is:".$str;

echo"<br/> After adding slash it become:".addslashes($str);

echo"<br/>We can break line as follows:".nl2br("This is the \n 14th day of November");

echo"<br/>After removing the slash the sting we will become<br/>";

echo stripslashes($str);

?>

Output:

Actual string is:rose'india
After adding slash it become:rose\'india
We can break line as follows:This is the
14th day of November
After removing the slash the sting we will become
rose'india

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