[thelist] Boolean and asp and access

Christopher Mahan chris_mahan at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 26 23:56:19 CST 2004

--- Ken Schaefer <ken at adOpenStatic.com> wrote:
> You can use "True" and "False". No need to remember what the values
> are per
> se.

Yes, assuming the client language supports bool type.
in access,

True is -1 and false is 0 by default (don't know if these can be
changed in database settings)

But, like Ken said, it's better to use the bool True and False. (They
don't have to be capitalized either.)

Christopher Mahan
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