SharePoint 2013 REST filter for Yes/No fields

Did you know that if you search for Odata filter examples on boolean fields you will be sorely disappointed?

I did however, find this wonderful tidbit today:

…behind the scenes, that No has been stored as a 0. If you had said Yes, it would have been stored as a 1. SharePoint knows how to interpret this and will display these 1s and 0s as Yes and No for your convenience. Read more: http://sdt.bz/33246#ixzz2wFm8PK3c

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