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567  *
568  * @param int $post_id An optional post ID to check instead of the current post.
569  * @return bool True if the comments are open
570  */
571 function comments_open( $post_id=NULL ) {
572
573      $_post = get_post($post_id);
574
575      $open = ( 'open' == $_post->comment_status );
576      return apply_filters( 'comments_open', $open, $post_id );
577 }
578
579 /**
580  * Whether the current post is open for pings.
581  *
582  * @since 1.5
583  * @uses $post
584  *
585  * @param int $post_id An optional post ID to check instead of the current post.