The NotReallyABitField is a database field that can have three values. 0 = False, 1 = True, and NULL = Maybe. By practical terms this is normally in an int datatype field and sometimes in a varchar(50). However, from the application there is only 3 values.
Sample User Table
UserId int
UserName varchar(50)
HasAccess int (NotReallyABitField)
by EmGooser August 17, 2007
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