For Sql Insert, can't escape semicolons in a MySQL UPDATE statement

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by cannissley (1,630 points)
I am having issue with MySQL UPDATE statement I am working with.

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answered Jun 3, 2016 by Out890 (530 points)
selected Jun 5, 2016 by Grippi
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I think with solutions this large the best practice should be to break them up
There is a pretty library at Do semicolons in SQL expose your database to injection attacks with example of use
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answered Mar 17, 2016 by Ba_Your (1,000 points)

This means to assign the variables to the prepared statement. To start out, you need to prepare() a generic SQL statement. Step one is to prepare the statement and the second is to execute it.
Here is a slightly more informative link Manual :: Prepare and execute SQL statements
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answered Mar 25, 2016 by Every_blazo (550 points)
You will need to tweak your code some to get this working within eclipse
Check out MySQL :: MySQL 5.5 Reference Manual :: 23.8.17 C API ... for more details
commented Mar 25, 2016 by v_That (320 points)
This definitely should work
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answered Mar 27, 2016 by Svr_user (340 points)
The below link has a solution,
commented Mar 28, 2016 by n5826 (200 points)
So moving all the heavy functionality to this method is not going to help you
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answered Jun 3, 2016 by znp7810 (750 points)
I came up with a solution that involves a counter like this. Here's an example Manual :: Prepare and execute SQL statements

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