Source View: update_user_query

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82      if ( empty($rich_editing) )
83           $rich_editing = 'true';
84
85      if ( empty($user_registered) )
86           $user_registered = gmdate('Y-m-d H:i:s');
87
88      if ( $update ) {
89           $query = "UPDATE $wpdb->users SET user_pass='$user_pass', user_email='$user_email', user_url='$user_url', user_nicename = '$user_nicename', display_name = '$display_name' WHERE ID = '$ID'";
90           $query = apply_filters('update_user_query', $query);
91           $wpdb->query( $query );
92           $user_id = $ID;
93      } else {
94           $query = "INSERT INTO $wpdb->users
95           (user_login, user_pass, user_email, user_url, user_registered, user_nicename, display_name)
96      VALUES
97           ('$user_login', '$user_pass', '$user_email', '$user_url', '$user_registered', '$user_nicename', '$display_name')";
98           $query = apply_filters('create_user_query', $query);
99           $wpdb->query( $query );