Is there a Boolean data type in Microsoft SQL Server like there is in MySQL

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Is there a Boolean data type in Microsoft SQL Server like there is in MySQL?
Sep 13, 2022 in Database by Kithuzzz
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The BIT datatype can be used to represent boolean data. The possible values for a BIT field are 1, 0, or null.

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answered Sep 15, 2022 by narikkadan
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