Olivier Mascia wrote:
> What values will be considered FALSE

0, and they keyword "FALSE".

FALSE is an alias for the integer 0.

> and hence will TRUE be NOT FALSE or equality to some other specific value?

What exactly do you mean with "be" and "equality"?
The SQL = and IS operators work as specified in the standard (regarding NULLs).

> Will insert into T values(FALSE) actually store integer 0 no matter column
> affinity or will it follow affinity?

The storage of boolean values does not change.  (So when you read from
a table, nothing changes.)

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