We’ve come a long way without explicitly using Command objects and their associated Parameters collection. About the only thing you simply can’t do without using Command objects is to execute commands such as stored procedures that may have output parameters. For this reason alone, it’s important to understand Command and Parameter objects, but they also have wider reaching benefits for data access design.


Output Parameter Parameter Object Word Count Execution Plan Prepared Statement 
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