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Good question today - a nice variation on the convert-to-BIT questions of the past. I will freely admit to guessing on this one!



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It is learning about things like this....one little BIT at a time that make me better and better. Thanks.
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dbowlin (4/3/2010)
It is learning about things like this....one little BIT at a time that make me better and better. Thanks.


Ha ha - good one!

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Simple and easy one.

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Easy but brushing up the knowledge

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Good QOD.This Question gives good information about bit datatypes.
when we use space or all zero it bit will convert it into zero.If we give numeric(numbers) it will convert it into one.

declare @bit bit
set @bit='233677788778'
select @bit

This gives 1 as output.

declare @bit bit
set @bit='00000'
select @bit


This gives 1 as output.


declare @bit bit
set @bit=' '
select @bit


This gives 0 as output.

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malleswarareddy_m (4/4/2010)
declare @bit bit
set @bit='00000'
select @bit

This gives 1 as output.

This must be a typo because the result is 0.
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malleswarareddy_m (4/4/2010)
Good QOD.This Question gives good information about bit datatypes.
when we use space or all zero it bit will convert it into zero.If we give numeric(numbers) it will convert it into one.




Go through the discussion over this thread to get more info about bit.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic854871-2605-1.aspx

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Nice question.



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