PRINT statement in Stored Proc SQL Server 2005

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Does PRINT statement in stored proc cause network traffic or any performance issues?

Can i get some tips to write good store proc that gains performance.

 

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PRINT statements do use network traffic, but unless you have a lot of PRINT statements they won’t effect anything.

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