How to pass any character (escape characters) to a Stored Procedure

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I have the following how can I pass any character to the following - a double quote breaks it.
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CREATE  PROCEDURE `sproc_Search_All`(IN inQ varchar(100))
 BEGIN

 DECLARE qs VARCHAR(5000);

 set inQ=replace(inQ,'''','''''');


 set @qs = "SELECT *  FROM CUSTOMERS "

 set @qs = concat(@qs," AND ( ", "NAME  like '%", inQ, "%' ");

 set @qs = concat(@qs,") ORDER BY NAME ");


 PREPARE preparedstatement FROM @qs ;

 EXECUTE preparedstatement;

 DEALLOCATE PREPARE preparedstatement;
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Nathan RileyFounderCommented:
Escape the quotes with \

MySQL recognizes the following escape sequences.
\0  An ASCII NUL (0x00) character.
\'  A single quote (“'”) character.
\"  A double quote (“"”) character.
\b  A backspace character.
\n  A newline (linefeed) character.
\r  A carriage return character.
\t  A tab character.
\Z  ASCII 26 (Control-Z). See note following the table.
\\  A backslash (“\”) character.
\%  A “%” character. See note following the table.
\_  A “_” character. See note following the table.
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