I have written an app that adds a series of file paths as
strings to an SQLite database stored locally. The app works
perfectly but when I go to inspect the database I see that the
backslashes from every file path have been omitted.
This was not always the case, as before I updated my sqlite
plugin for Firefox and updated to the latest version of AIR this
problem never occurred? Is there a bug with the latest version of
AIR or the plugin perhaps?
Also, strangely forward slashes appear no problem... I don't
So, you're probably not escaping them in JS: var myString =
'c:\\windows\\system32'; Doubling the backslash gives a literal
slash in JS strings instead of a special character.