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287      /**
288       * Fires immediately before a user is deleted from the database.
289       *
290       * @since 2.0.0
291       *
292       * @param int      $id       ID of the user to delete.
293       * @param int|null $reassign ID of the user to reassign posts and links to.
294       *                           Default null, for no reassignment.
295       */
296      do_action( 'delete_user', $id, $reassign );
297
298      if ( null === $reassign ) {
299           $post_types_to_delete = array();
300           foreach ( get_post_types( array(), 'objects' ) as $post_type ) {
301                if ( $post_type->delete_with_user ) {
302                     $post_types_to_delete[] = $post_type->name;
303                } elseif ( null === $post_type->delete_with_user && post_type_supports( $post_type->name, 'author' ) ) {
304                     $post_types_to_delete[] = $post_type->name;
305                }