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3075                 * Splitting the query will cause it to fetch just the IDs of the found posts
3076                 * (and then individually fetch each post by ID), rather than fetching every
3077                 * complete row at once. One massive result vs. many small results.
3078                 *
3079                 * @since 3.4.0
3080                 *
3081                 * @param bool     $split_the_query Whether or not to split the query.
3082                 * @param WP_Query $query           The WP_Query instance.
3083                 */
3084                $split_the_query = apply_filters( 'split_the_query', $split_the_query, $this );
3086                if ( $split_the_query ) {
3087                     // First get the IDs and then fill in the objects.
3089                     $this->request = "SELECT $found_rows $distinct {$wpdb->posts}.ID FROM {$wpdb->posts} $join WHERE 1=1 $where $groupby $orderby $limits";
3091                     /**
3092                      * Filters the Post IDs SQL request before sending.
3093                      *