WOOF_Request :: cache_key()

Returns:

Retrieves the key used to cache the result of this remote request. This can be useful when you wish to remove a result without sending off a request beforehand, via direct construction of a WOOF_Request object (the WOOF::remote_get and WOOF::remote_post methods fire off a request immediately but the constructor of a WOOF_Request doesn’t)

Example:

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