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Martina Carrington15,754 Points
I would use the ____________($string) method to bind the value of $string, there and then, rather having a reference to
Hi everybody , my answer was bindValue(1,$s); but some reason i received a error message . so i tired bindValue(1,$string). i got same error message
Mikkel Rasmussen31,769 Points
You just need to write bindValue. The ($string) part of bindValue($string) is provided for you. :)