4 examples of 'sql escape character' in Python

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187def escape(self, s):
188 if s is None:
189 return s
190 return self.handle.escape_string(s)
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12@staticmethod
13def escape(expression, quote=True):
14 """
15 >>> Syntax.escape("SELECT 'abcdefgh' FROM foobar") == "SELECT CHAR(97)+CHAR(98)+CHAR(99)+CHAR(100)+CHAR(101)+CHAR(102)+CHAR(103)+CHAR(104) FROM foobar"
16 True
17 >>> Syntax.escape(u"SELECT 'abcd\xebfgh' FROM foobar") == "SELECT CHAR(97)+CHAR(98)+CHAR(99)+CHAR(100)+NCHAR(235)+CHAR(102)+CHAR(103)+CHAR(104) FROM foobar"
18 True
19 """
20
21 def escaper(value):
22 return "+".join("%s(%d)" % ("CHAR" if _ < 128 else "NCHAR", _) for _ in getOrds(value))
23
24 return Syntax._escape(expression, quote, escaper)
12@staticmethod
13def escape(expression, quote=True):
14 """
15 >>> Syntax.escape("SELECT 'abcdefgh' FROM foobar") == "SELECT CHAR(97)+CHAR(98)+CHAR(99)+CHAR(100)+CHAR(101)+CHAR(102)+CHAR(103)+CHAR(104) FROM foobar"
16 True
17 >>> Syntax.escape(u"SELECT 'abcd\xebfgh' FROM foobar") == "SELECT CHAR(97)+CHAR(98)+CHAR(99)+CHAR(100)+TO_UNICHAR(235)+CHAR(102)+CHAR(103)+CHAR(104) FROM foobar"
18 True
19 """
20
21 def escaper(value):
22 return "+".join("%s(%d)" % ("CHAR" if _ < 128 else "TO_UNICHAR", _) for _ in getOrds(value))
23
24 return Syntax._escape(expression, quote, escaper)
12@staticmethod
13def escape(expression, quote=True):
14 """
15 >>> Syntax.escape("SELECT 'abcdefgh' FROM foobar") == "SELECT CHAR(97)||CHAR(98)||CHAR(99)||CHAR(100)||CHAR(101)||CHAR(102)||CHAR(103)||CHAR(104) FROM foobar"
16 True
17 """
18
19 def escaper(value):
20 return "||".join("CHAR(%d)" % _ for _ in getOrds(value))
21
22 return Syntax._escape(expression, quote, escaper)

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