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Re^2: Handling delimiters

by pragov (Novice)
on May 30, 2017 at 19:52 UTC ( #1191630=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Handling delimiters
in thread Handling delimiters

Sorry, Let me make it bit clear. I use $sql=$comFieldsV.$fromV.$Where; $comFieldsV ..I select all the fields. $fromV - the table with data $Where - I pass the filters. one of the filter conditions is  if ($ftype) { $Where = $Where . "AND G.FEAT_TYPE = '$ftype' "; } When I use a value like..abc, I get the data. But when I use abc;234 it passes only abc

Thanks, Pragov

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Re^3: Handling delimiters
by GotToBTru (Prior) on May 31, 2017 at 12:13 UTC

    You did not make it even a little bit clear, because you did not answer the question posed. Who is "it"? I think it will help you solve this problem if you figure out where the string "abc;234" is losing its second half. Hint: add

    print $Where . "\n";

    immediately after you create the string.

    Better still, look into using placeholders; they simplify things like quoting a great deal. Here's a simple example:

    my $stmt = <<'GPO'; select id_num id from reference where first_name = ? and shoe_size = ? GPO my $name = 'Howard'; my $shoe = 9; my $results_ref = $dbhandle->selectrow_hashref($stmt, undef, $name, $s +hoe); print $results_ref->{id};

    first_name is a string field, shoe_size is numeric, but the syntax for me is the same.

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