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Re: [vox-tech] php and forms question



I love it when people call me Mr. Crawford. I always feel so grownup.

Just to add to what Troy said, I've always found that the on-line documentation for PHP, at http://www.php.net, is more than adequate for all my needs (though I went to a Wrox book when I started playing around with objects).

At 03:57 PM 1/6/2003, you wrote:
Mr. Crawford mentioned the stripslashes() function, and I'd highly
recommend glancing through the function definitions in the PHP manual,
especially those for strings and arrays.  I think you'll be surprised at
how many common tasks are already implemented.

Sliante,
Richard S. Crawford

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