escape a single quote in Oracle

Hi, I am working on a java code to insert a serial data into db. but some data contains single quote.
How can I escape it , since I loop the arraylist to get the data. what do I need to check?

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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
Easiest way is to use two single quotes to get one.

Just replace ' with ''.  Notice that is two single quotes not a double quote.

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if you're using bind variables with prepared statements then having a quote in your string shouldn't matter.

if you're concatenating text together include sql and the data, then it creates the problem.

using bind variables will also help to keep your dba from hating you
java code to insert a serial data into db
What do you mean by that - binary data? If so, you should probably be using setBinaryStream on a (Prepared)Statement
why the penalty grade?
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