A stack trace can be listed using the
stack trace command:
stack /* Print stack backtrace */
stack address /* Start backtrace at address */
stack -p [pid|proc_addr] /* Print trace for process */
Stack traces, which are indispensable in debugging,
are obtained by examining the stack.
The output of the stack command is:
ebp1 function #1 called, arguments where from #1
ebp2 function #2 called, arguments where from #2
The address printed to the left of a function is the base
pointer to the stack frame active in that function.
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