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2155           $term_order = 0;
2156           $final_tt_ids = wp_get_object_terms($object_id, $taxonomy, array('fields' => 'tt_ids'));
2157           foreach ( $tt_ids as $tt_id )
2158                if ( in_array($tt_id, $final_tt_ids) )
2159                     $values[] = $wpdb->prepare( "(%d, %d, %d)", $object_id, $tt_id, ++$term_order);
2160           if ( $values )
2161                $wpdb->query("INSERT INTO $wpdb->term_relationships (object_id, term_taxonomy_id, term_order) VALUES " . join(',', $values) . " ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE term_order = VALUES(term_order)");
2162      }
2164      do_action('set_object_terms', $object_id, $terms, $tt_ids, $taxonomy, $append, $old_tt_ids);
2165      return $tt_ids;
2166 }
2168 /**
2169  * Will make slug unique, if it isn't already.
2170  *
2171  * The $slug has to be unique global to every taxonomy, meaning that one
2172  * taxonomy term can't have a matching slug with another taxonomy term. Each
2173  * slug has to be globally unique for every taxonomy.