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You could build the code the same way you would build the query where and then use string.Eval. You would need to write it as a function and pass in the arguments. But that should not be necessary.
If you make a list of the field names then you can just loop through them.
function (row, fields)
for f in fields
if row[f] isnt true
The first time the list would just have one field, the second time two fields, etc.
Is that more what you are looking for?