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Why are escape characters being added to the value of the hidden input

So, I have a file called Save.php.

It takes two things: a file, and the new contents.

You use it by sending a request like '/Resources/Save.php?file=/Resources/Data.json&contents={"Hey":"There"}'.

..but of course, encoding the url. :) I left it all unencoded for simplicity and readability.

The file works, but instead of the contents being..


..I find..


..which of course throws an error when trying to use JSON.parse when getting the JSON file later through XHR.

To save the contents, I just use..

file_put_contents($url, $contents);

What can I do to get rid of the backslashes?



Turn magic_quotes off in PHP.ini.

Friday, August 19, 2022

Try something like this:

//initialize array
$myArray = array();

//set up the nested associative arrays using literal array notation
$firstArray = array("id" => 1, "data" => 45);
$secondArray = array("id" => 3, "data" => 54);

//push items onto main array with bracket notation (this will result in numbered indexes)
$myArray[] = $firstArray;
$myArray[] = $secondArray;

//convert to json
$json = json_encode($myArray);
Friday, December 23, 2022

addslashes() will escape single quotes with a leading backslash which is valid syntax in MySQL but not in MS SQL Server. The correct way to escape a single quote in MS SQL Server is with another single quote. Use mysql_real_escape_string() for MySQL (mysql_escape_string() has been deprecated). Unfortunately, no analogous mssql_ function exists so you'll have to roll your own using str_replace(), preg_replace() or something similar. Better yet, use a database neutral abstraction layer such as PDO that supports parameterized queries.

Monday, December 19, 2022

From documentation:

Punctuation is ignored. Therefore, CONTAINS(testing, "computer failure") matches a row with the value, "Where is my computer? Failure to find it would be expensive."

Since FULLTEXT does not even index the punctuation, you'll need to fine-filter your results using LIKE:

SELECT  decision
FROM    table 
WHERE   CONTAINS(decision, '34 AND wide')
        AND decision LIKE '%34"%'

This will preserve the benefits of fulltext.

Wednesday, August 3, 2022

you can use it like this, in JSON format when you evaluate false value it will give you blank, and when you evaluate true it will give you 1.

$str = '[{"clientId":"17295c59-4373-655a-1141-994aec1779dc","channel":"/meta/connect","connectionType":"long-polling","ext":{"fm.ack":false,"fm.sessionId":"22b0bdcf-4a35-62fc-3764-db4caeece44b"},"id":"5"}]';

$arr = json_decode($str,true);

if($arr[0]['ext']['fm.ack'])    // suggested by **mario**
    echo "true";    
else {
    echo "false";   
Thursday, October 6, 2022
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