How to use the milc.cli.args.yes function in milc

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            Whether to default to a Yes or No when the user presses enter.

            None- force the user to enter Y or N

            True- Default to yes

            False- Default to no
    if not args and kwargs:
        args = kwargs

    if 'no' in cli.args and
        return False

    if 'yes' in cli.args and cli.args.yes:
        return True

    if default is not None:
        if default:
            prompt = prompt + ' [Y/n] '
            prompt = prompt + ' [y/N] '

    while True:
        answer = input(format_ansi(prompt % args))

        if not answer and prompt is not None:
            return default