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pg_escape_literal

(PHP 5 >= 5.4.4)

pg_escape_literal Escape a literal for insertion into a text field

Beschreibung

string pg_escape_literal ([ resource $connection ], string $data )

pg_escape_literal() escapes a literal for querying the PostgreSQL database. It returns an escaped literal in the PostgreSQL format. pg_escape_literal() adds quotes before and after data. Users should not add quotes. Use of this function is recommended instead of pg_escape_string(). If the type of the column is bytea, pg_escape_bytea() must be used instead. For escaping identifiers (e.g. table, field names), pg_escape_identifier() must be used.

Hinweis:

This function has internal escape code and can also be used with PostgreSQL 8.4 or less.

Parameter-Liste

connection

PostgreSQL database connection resource. When connection is not present, the default connection is used. The default connection is the last connection made by pg_connect() or pg_pconnect().

data

A string containing text to be escaped.

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A string containing the escaped data.

Beispiele

Beispiel #1 pg_escape_literal() example

<?php 
  
// Connect to the database
  
$dbconn pg_connect('dbname=foo');
  
  
// Read in a text file (containing apostrophes and backslashes)
  
$data file_get_contents('letter.txt');
  
  
// Escape the text data
  
$escaped pg_escape_literal($data);
  
  
// Insert it into the database. Note that no quotes around {$escaped}
  
pg_query("INSERT INTO correspondence (name, data) VALUES ('My letter', {$escaped})");
?>

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