nick at byu.edu
Wed Mar 23 15:36:14 MST 2005
While uuencode and base64 are nice and handy, I'd still recommend just using
mysql_real_escape_string()--it will save a tremendous amount of space
compared to uuencode or base64--which will inflate the size quite a bit.
(up to 50%-200% more iirc)
MySQL text fields are already binary safe, as are all other char fields.
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