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How to take backup of SP/UDF before altering it?

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Before dropping a table we check if exist delete it. We can use INTO statement to take backup of the table.

Likewise is there any way to take the backup of SP/Function to either in the DB or in File in specified path before modifying it?

Please do suggest. Thanks in advance.
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I've read your other aticles as well. Awesome. Keep doing!! Thanks.
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