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1564
1565           /**
1566            * Filters the list of rewrite rules formatted for output to an .htaccess file.
1567            *
1568            * @since 1.5.0
1569            * @deprecated 1.5.0 Use the mod_rewrite_rules filter instead.
1570            *
1571            * @param string $rules mod_rewrite Rewrite rules formatted for .htaccess.
1572            */
1573           return apply_filters( 'rewrite_rules', $rules );
1574      }
1575
1576      /**
1577       * Retrieves IIS7 URL Rewrite formatted rewrite rules to write to web.config file.
1578       *
1579       * Does not actually write to the web.config file, but creates the rules for
1580       * the process that will.
1581       *
1582       * @since 2.8.0