Calling a scalar stored procedure in Linq to Enitities

I have a stored procedure that returns a int value and doesn't call a table in the database. It peferforms a age calculation. Therefore, how do I call it in Linq to Entities, it's listed in the model.
Can someone lead me to the right direction?
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wdosanjosCommented:
The following article should help with your problem:

How to: Call Model-Defined Functions in Queries
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd456857.aspx
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kumar754Commented:

// this example for stored procedure that wont return Null value
public int GetAge(datatype param1)
{
   using (DataContextClass currentContext = new DataContextClass())
   {
        return currentContext.StoredProcedureName(param1);
   }
}

//if your stored procedure returns Null.. then use this definition:
public int? GetAge(datatype param1)
{
   // rest same..
}
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7of9121098Author Commented:
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