How do you pass some parameters into a stored procedure using PDO?

I'm interacting with a MSSQL server
I'm using PDO
I'm using a Stored Procedure on the MSSQL server

My code looks like this:

//benefit hours stored procc
$statement = $mssql_pdo->prepare("exec stp_Select_REPORT_SSRS_DeveloperTotalBenefitHours");

It works! But now, I've got to pass some parameters into that stored procedure and I don't know how. In this instance, it's a range of dates. I'll have a start date and an end date. How would that look?
Bruce GustPHP DeveloperAsked:
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William NettmannPHP Web DeveloperCommented:
As long as the stored procedure is expecting the two date parameters,
$stmt->execute(array('start date','end date')

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Bruce GustPHP DeveloperAuthor Commented:
I figured it out, guys!

Thank you so much!
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