BIT is an integer type that can store the values 0 or 1.
By default, the BIT data type does not allow NULL.
A BIT value requires 1 byte of storage.
When converting a string to a BIT, leading and trailing spaces are removed. If the leading character is +, it is ignored.
If the leading character is -, the remaining digits are interpreted as a negative number. Leading 0 characters are skipped,
and the remaining characters are converted to an integer value. An error is returned if the value is not 0 or 1.