I am using a single variable (UtilityCount) to check for utility suppliers.
e.g Elec (1), Gas (2), Water (3), Phone (4), Local Council (5) using 2 raised to the power 0 to 4
e.g Elec and Gas supplier has a value 2 + 1 = 3
Phone 4 etc.
I want to extract this value in a query using AND operator but it is not recognised.
E.g iif ((UtilityCount AND 16),-1,0) but it is not recognised.
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