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Disabling special character sequences

Is there any means of running MySQL (3.23, mostly MyISAM tables running on
Win2k Server) so that escaped character sequences (those preceded by a
backslash \) are _not_ interpretted as anything other than literals? We're
trying to port a large number of web applications that previously used MS SQL
and Access to use MySQL Server and this has been a big headache so far - even
just in migrating the data from one to the other.

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Jul 19 '05 #1
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