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297      if ( !is_array($plugins) )
298           $plugins = array($plugins);
299
300      foreach ( $plugins as $plugin ) {
301           $plugin = plugin_basename($plugin);
302           if( ! is_plugin_active($plugin) )
303                continue;
304           array_splice($current, array_search( $plugin, $current), 1 ); // Fixed Array-fu!
305           if ( ! $silent ) //Used by Plugin updater to internally deactivate plugin, however, not to notify plugins of the fact to prevent plugin output.
306                do_action('deactivate_' . trim( $plugin ));
307      }
308
309      update_option('active_plugins', $current);
310 }
311
312 /**
313  * Activate multiple plugins.
314  *
315  * When WP_Error is returned, it does not mean that one of the plugins had