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1052      // keep $comments for legacy's sake
1053      /**
1054       * Filter the comments array.
1055       *
1056       * @since 2.1.0
1057       *
1058       * @param array $comments The array of comments supplied to the comments template.
1059       * @param int   $post->ID The post ID.
1060       */
1061      $wp_query->comments = apply_filters( 'comments_array', $comments, $post->ID );
1062      $comments = &$wp_query->comments;
1063      $wp_query->comment_count = count($wp_query->comments);
1064      update_comment_cache($wp_query->comments);
1065
1066      if ( $separate_comments ) {
1067           $wp_query->comments_by_type = separate_comments($comments);
1068           $comments_by_type = &$wp_query->comments_by_type;
1069      }
1070