Pass multiple INT in stored procedure

Hi,

I have taken over ownership of a SQL database with a number of Stored Procedures and i'm trying to work out how some of them work.  One of the SP has the following:

IF @Options & 1 = 1 EXEC Action_All @CompanyID
IF @Options & 2 = 2 EXEC FlowAll @CompanyD, @UserID, ''
IF @Options & 1 = 1 AND @Options & 2 = 2

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When I execute the SP in the Management Studio I have 4 fields available one is the @Options.  

If I enter 1, the SP executes.  If I enter 2, the SP executes.  However I need to pass 1 & 2.  How do I do this?  I have tried passing:

1,2
1 & 2
'1,2'

Thanks
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Ryan ChongCommented:
you got to pass 2 parameters here or else if still keep with one parameter, you need to compare with string value of '1,2', not '1' and '2'
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Scott PletcherSenior DBACommented:
Pass 3 (1 + 2).

The & allows the code to check for individual bits to see if they are on.
The bit values, which you can set independently of each other, are:
1 2 4 8 16 32 64 128 256 512 1024 2048 4096 8192 16384 etc. (keep multiplying by 2 until the number gets too large to fit).

For example, to set bits 1 2 8 and 64, you'd specify:
@options = 75

Though I often prefer to make it clear what is going on by doing this:

DECLARE @options int
SET @options = 1 + 2

EXEC dbo.proc_name @options = @options
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anthonytrAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the super clear response!
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