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210            * Otherwise the filter should return an array of WP_Network objects.
211            *
212            * @since 5.2.0
213            *
214            * @param array|null       $network_data Return an array of network data to short-circuit WP's network query,
215            *                                       the network count as an integer if `$this->query_vars['count']` is set,
216            *                                       or null to allow WP to run its normal queries.
217            * @param WP_Network_Query $this         The WP_Network_Query instance, passed by reference.
218            */
219           $network_data = apply_filters_ref_array( 'networks_pre_query', array( $network_data, &$this ) );
221           if ( null !== $network_data ) {
222                return $network_data;
223           }
225           // $args can include anything. Only use the args defined in the query_var_defaults to compute the key.
226           $_args = wp_array_slice_assoc( $this->query_vars, array_keys( $this->query_var_defaults ) );
228           // Ignore the $fields argument as the queried result will be the same regardless.