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319                           * @since 4.9.8
320                           *
321                           * @param bool     $allowed   Whether the user can add the object meta. Default false.
322                           * @param string   $meta_key  The meta key.
323                           * @param int      $object_id Object ID.
324                           * @param int      $user_id   User ID.
325                           * @param string   $cap       Capability name.
326                           * @param string[] $caps      Array of the user's capabilities.
327                           */
328                          $allowed = apply_filters( "auth_{$object_type}_meta_{$meta_key}_for_{$object_subtype}", $allowed, $meta_key, $object_id, $user_id, $cap, $caps );
329                     } else {
331                          /**
332                           * Filters whether the user is allowed to edit a specific meta key of a specific object type.
333                           *
334                           * Return true to have the mapped meta caps from `edit_{$object_type}` apply.
335                           *
336                           * The dynamic portion of the hook name, `$object_type` refers to the object type being filtered.
337                           * The dynamic portion of the hook name, `$meta_key`, refers to the meta key passed to map_meta_cap().