My question is in a select statement how do you return the RID along with the table data?

I need your help with a concept I want to show developers, that concept is to help them understand how SQL Server retrieves data from the table. In the event that a developer does not use a clustered index on a table I want to be able to show them the RID (Row Identification number) SQL Server uses to find the record. So my question is in a select statement how do you return the RID?
I know that you can use the following to find where SQL Server stores the data in the data file.

SELECT TOP(100) sys.fn_PhysLocFormatter(%%physloc%%) AS [File:Page:Slot], *
FROM  [dbo].[Badges] ;
SELECT   TOP(100) *
FROM   [dbo].[Badges]
CROSS APPLY sys.fn_PhysLocCracker(%%physloc%%);

My question is in a select statement how do you return the RID along with the table data?

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Author: Andy Eggers