Set Bit Flags
Bit-level manipulation is a common practice to conserve space in programs. Eight Yes/No, On/Off bits of data may be stored in a single byte instead of using up 8 bytes. The AccessMask property is an example of this kind.
The following example shows how to turn on or off the specified display flag for an attribute.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
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