On 5/26/05, operationsengineer1(at)yahoo(dot)com <operationsengineer1(at)yahoo(dot)com> wrote:
> my users enter a note. i would like to keep carriage
> returns intact. however, when i display the data, the
> two carriage returns are lost and replaced with two
> i use adodb's qstr() fumction to handle my excaping
> upon entry.
There seems to be a problem with ADOdb's escaping PostgreSQL literals
routine, because it's commented out and ADOdb is using its default
qstr() routine. (I should check it in an suitable time.) Therefore, I
advice you to use pg_escape_string().
P.S. I've traced to qstr() code but couldn't find the
adodb_str_replace() function in ADOdb source code used by qstr().
Thus, I cannot give a correct answer about where qstr() dumps your
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