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Determining column names and data types

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Hi,

is there a quick and dirty way to script out the column names and the underylying data type of a table valued user defined function?

thanks
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try having a look at sp_help - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187335.aspx for more details
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Exactly what I needed.  thanks
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