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Introduction to Bitmasking in SQL Server 2005

The use of bitmasking is usually limited to decoding values in the system views, but it can be useful in other places when you want to save space. New author Lee Everest brings us an introduction to bitmasking and its use in SQL Server 2005.

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2007-12-05 (first published: )

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