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Default convert a Stored procedure to DLL by VC++

I have this stored procedure :
CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[GetTotalDebttoGrossIncomeRatio](@TotalDebttoGrossIncomeRatio Real Out,@ACCT int) AS

select @TotalDebttoGrossIncomeRatio = DBTRO
from AS400Replica.dbo.HHMASTER
where HACCT# = @ACCT
    If ISNULL(@TotalDebttoGrossIncomeRatio, ' ') = ' '
            select @TotalDebttoGrossIncomeRatio = CLDRT$
            from AS400Replica.dbo.FECLUE1FPF
            where ACCT#$ = @ACCT

does anybody know how could I re -write it with C++ and create a DLL by that?
any sample please....



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