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Default Execution Plan of a Query

Hi all,
I am new to SQL Server.
How to know execution of a update query had bind variables.
I am giving Query:

update table1
    set col1 = :sData1,
        col2 = :sData2
    where person_id = :sPersonID and
        team_id = :sTeam

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