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You don't need to escape it. This is one of the reasons those helper methods are there - to take care of safe value binding. You only need to worry about escaping when you execute query manually or use DB::raw() method.

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Correct. If you ever get a DB Query exception in Laravel, you can generally see the escaping that the framework does for you.

Last updated 8 years ago.
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There is also one very useful method to check the queries that actually have been run:

DB::getQueryLog()

When I want to know what was the real query, I do this immediately after running a query:

die(last(DB::getQueryLog())['query']);
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If that wasn't the solution, I don't know if one exists. hahaha. Awesome little tidbit right there.

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