sp for table size within database

I need a stored procedure to give me my table size within a database.
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What about:

EXEC sp_spaceused 'your_table_name'

or are you looking for something else?



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robjayAuthor Commented:
OK.  I was actually looking for a sp that would go thru all tables in a database and give out the spaceused info.

What you can do then is first execute:

select "exec sp_spaceused '"+name"+"'"
from sysobjects
where type ="U"
order by 1

and that will produce as rseults, the input to a second step which will run and produce the sp_spaceused for all tables.

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