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How can I tell where a new column starts in a stored procedure?

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Microsoft SQL Server 2008
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In executing a stored procedure the result set returns six columns.  But when I look at the stored procedure I am unable to decipher the queries used to create each of the columns.  Is there a common way to determine the query to column output in any stored procedure?
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