php function stripslashes is used to remove backslashes (\) from a string. This function is commonly used when dealing with data that has been escaped with backslashes, such as data read from a file or data sent over a network.
1. Removing backslashes from a string:
$string = "It\\'s a test string\\!"; // Input string containing backslashes $result = stripslashes($string); // Remove backslashes using stripslashes echo $result; // Output: It's a test string!
2. Removing backslashes from an array:
$data = array("John\\'s car", "Mary\\'s bike"); // Input array containing backslashes $data = array_map('stripslashes', $data); // Remove backslashes from each element print_r($data); // Output: Array (  => John's car  => Mary's bike )
Package library: The stripslashes function is part of the PHP core library.
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