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Author paul.j3
Recipients arigo, bethard, paul.j3, pitrou
Date 2013-09-09.22:38:22
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This patch uses a narrow criteria - if `_get_values()` sets the value to `action.default`, then argument counts as 'not present'.  I am setting a `using_default` flag in `_get_values`, and return it for use by `take_action`.

In effect, the only change from previous behavior is that small ints (<257) now behave like large ints, strings and other objects.

It removes the nonstandard 'is not action.default' test, and should behave consistently across all platforms (including pypy).
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