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How to capture Output of truus command

Hi I want to check if some process is sleeping. I can see that in truss -p <pid>
I want to capture output and check that output if proces sis sleeping. Please suggest way to capture output of truss command or other way to check if process is sleeping
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truss -o outfile -p pid

will write truss output to the given file.

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