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Why is the filter removed after fetching feeds in the following example (from WordPress.org?)

<?php
function return_7200( $seconds )
{
  // change the default feed cache recreation period to 2 hours
  return 7200;
}

add_filter( 'wp_feed_cache_transient_lifetime' , 'return_7200' );
$feed = fetch_feed( $feed_url );
remove_filter( 'wp_feed_cache_transient_lifetime' , 'return_7200' );
?>
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The filter is added before the call to fetch_feed, then immediately removed so only that particular feed is given a different feed cache transient lifetime. Any other fetch_feed calls within the lifetime of the request won't have that filter applied, so will be given whatever the default cache transient lifetime value is.

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