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829       *
830       * @since 2.8.0
831       *
832       * @param string[] $caps    Primitive capabilities required of the user.
833       * @param string   $cap     Capability being checked.
834       * @param int      $user_id The user ID.
835       * @param array    $args    Adds context to the capability check, typically
836       *                          starting with an object ID.
837       */
838      return apply_filters( 'map_meta_cap', $caps, $cap, $user_id, $args );
839 }
841 /**
842  * Returns whether the current user has the specified capability.
843  *
844  * This function also accepts an ID of an object to check against if the capability is a meta capability. Meta
845  * capabilities such as `edit_post` and `edit_user` are capabilities used by the `map_meta_cap()` function to
846  * map to primitive capabilities that a user or role has, such as `edit_posts` and `edit_others_posts`.
847  *