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1117           delete_option('update_core');
1118
1119      /**
1120       * Fires after WordPress core has been successfully updated.
1121       *
1122       * @since 3.3.0
1123       *
1124       * @param string $wp_version The current WordPress version.
1125       */
1126      do_action( '_core_updated_successfully', $wp_version );
1127
1128      // Clear the option that blocks auto updates after failures, now that we've been successful.
1129      if ( function_exists( 'delete_site_option' ) )
1130           delete_site_option( 'auto_core_update_failed' );
1131
1132      return $wp_version;
1133 }
1134
1135 /**