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    • Dries's avatar
      · 702a0576
      Dries authored
      - Patch #9478 by JonBob: allow printf-style arguments in pager_query.
      
        Currently pager_query() is the black sheep of the database query family, because it does not allow for printf-style arguments to be inserted in the query. This is a problem because it introduces developer confusion when moving from an unpaged query to a paged one, and it encourages substitution of variables directly into the query, which can bypass our check_query() security feature.
      
        This patch adds this ability to pager_query(). The change is backwards-compatible, but a couple calls to the function in core have been changed to use the new capability.
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