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PHP users, where are u from ?
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laurly earned 80 total points
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I am amarican but i moved to denmark 4 years ago to get married and have lived here ever since.  I learned PHP at a job here 3 years ago and have been enjoying it ever since


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by:VGR
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ok, my turn then

French, living in Europe (Paris,Belgium,Savoy,Switzerland)
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by:us111
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French living at Luxembourg, coming from the switzerland and germany border
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by:carchitect
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hi this is kapil from india
learing php as a hobby just started couple of months back....
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by:Zaytsev
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Russian, started to learn PHP 2 years ago as a hobby to write a simple chat for my friend. Now using it to write CMSs for serious projects.
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by:masarano
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Ilan M. from Israel I am a Magic developer for the last 10 years but now I am writing my first PHP project :-)
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by:baeuml
ID: 8052059
German, living near Lübeck, Baltic Sea...
I'm using PHP for a couple of months.
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by:beauty_fool
ID: 8071182
russian. just came back to russia 6 months ago though. lived in cyprus (5 years) and US(1 year) before that. And now again moving, this time to Guinea, West Africa =)
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by:Langdon
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Canada!!
Doesn't seem like too many north americans on this post.... guess they all were eaten by the asp monster...

-L
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by:Langdon
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Canada, born and raised (i'm only 20 tho)
No too many north americans in this post.... I  guess they were all eaten by the asp monster.

-L
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by:enune
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Born in Thurso, Scotland - Living in Australia.

Been a hardcore (addicted) programmer for 3-4 years, been in love with PHP for about 8 months.
We're getting married, havn't you heard? :p

Enune
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by:sethconover
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North Carolina, USA. =) Moved from California six months ago.
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by:balalayka
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hi from Turkey




i ve a problem with mysql:

i ve a string value which contains (;)semicolumn i ve to insert this string into one of my fields
like this
insert into tblname (clmname) values ('bla bla bla; bla bla bla');

mysql understand this as
insert into tblname (clmname) values ('bla bla bla;
and giving syntax error massage


so how can i insert such a string values
any sugestion


thanks for all
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by:us111
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Hi World
hmm this is not the question to ask in this question ;)

try
insert into tblname (clmname) values ("bla bla bla; bla bla bla");

what's your code? how is your string?
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by:balalayka
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Yes it is really not relavent :)

I have already tried " sign instead of '. But it doesnt work.

My code is

insert into weblibrary (auther) values ('david; John')

I have tried same thing in char, varchar and text types, non of them is working.

mysql version 3.23.xx


thanks
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by:us111
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\;
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by:balalayka
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:(
no
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by:laurly
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if you add a / infrount of the ; it should work.

laurly
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by:balalayka
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unfortunetly no laurly
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by:us111
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what's your php code ? I believe the problem is there
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