I have been using twitter oauth to get access token to use with my app
for a year now.

It seems that twitter has changed the flow when the user successfully
logs in and denies access to the app.

Here the user is presented three options.

You've denied <APP> access to interact with your account.
<APP> can not access your Twitter account.

1) Return to <APP>
2) Go to Twitter.
3) Go to the <APP> homepage

When I click on the first option twitter issues a callback


the callback has two parameters with the same name and value ??

This seems to be a bug. We are passing the oauth_token (optional)
as a state parameter and this needs to be
passed back if the callback is implemented when the user denies app.

If this is not a bug please point us to the documentation on how to
interpret the
two parameters in the callback


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