int setting: Value
TRUE on success; FALSE on failure
Toggles the configuration of the magic_quotes_runtime() directive for
escaping quote marks in strings returned from sources
such as databases. Turning on the directive
magic_quotes_runtime removes the need for using the add_slashes() function. A single
backslash is automatically placed in front of any
backslashes or quotes that exist in any string argument.
Null bytes are converted to \0.
Existing since version 3.0.6
Example 1019. Turn on
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