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BIT data type

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Thomas.Kovarik
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An easy one for the day. Looking at all the answers, it was quite obvious to find the correct one (the odd one out).

Posting the correct link:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms177603.aspx

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Topic says BIT data type but explaination deals about ELSE (IF...ELSE). By seeing the question I expected something about NULL handling with BIT Data type.

Anyway easy one to start the day.

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Nice, thank you for the question.

(title could have been IF..ELSE statement as the objective of the question is not exactly on the BIT data type, but how the IF statement is written to evaluate the value to produce the output).

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Thanks for the question.

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Nice question. :-)
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Nice easy question. The question is all about whether setting a bit datatype to 'TRUE' evaluates to 1 or NULL. Easy to guess as the output would either be all or nothing.



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Nice, simple question, thanks

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Nice easy question, thanks.


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very basic thing... easy one ... :-)

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