PostgreSQL provides the standard SQL type boolean; see Table 8-19. The boolean type can have one of only two states: "true" or "false". A third state, "unknown", is represented by the SQL null value.
Valid literal values for the "true" state are:
Example 8-2 shows that boolean values are output using the letters t and f.
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