Temporary table from stored procedure result in SQL Server

Can we create a temporary table from the stored procedure results dynamically?

I do not want to declare the temporary table columns manually. It shud take the schema of table from the stored procedure results.

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    use one of the Rowset Functions:

    SELECT  *
    INTO    #Temp

    Use following syntax template to create temp table on basis of result set.

    Select * into #temptable from mytable
    Select column1,column2,..columnn into #temptable from mytable


    The SELECT INTO statement is very fast, for one reason: the command isn’t logged for backup purposes. More precisely, the command can be inside a transaction and any rollback command will correctly undo its effects. However, the new values aren’t permanently stored in the log file, therefore after this command you can only perform a complete database backup (incremental backup raise errors). This explains why you have to explicitly enable this functionality for non-temporary tables (temporary tables are never included in backup, so you don’t need to use the sp_dboption command before using SELECT INTO with a temporary table).

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