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How to capture the value returned by a stored proc while executing it from SQSH connection

I have a very simple set up

I am connecting to a MS SQL db using SQSH statement from a shell script
In this sqsh connection i am trying to execute a stored proc
However I want to capture the value returned by the stored proc.
I haven't really come across anything useful so far which would help me solve the problem.

Code snippet is something like below
HTML Code:
sqsh -Uuser -Ppasswd -Sserver <<EOF
use Database
go
exec stored_prod
go
EOF
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