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Default how to use outparams in asp.net

in my project i am using stored procedure and i am passing input params,
and i want to get the out put params .if any one knows please tell me



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A simple code example is as below where first parameter is input while the second is output:

SqlParameter[] ParamArr = new SqlParameter[2];

ParamArr[0] = new SqlParameter("@FirstParam", FirstParam);

ParamArr[1] = new SqlParameter("@SecondParam", SecondParam);
ParamArr[1].Direction = ParameterDirection.Output;

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