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stack trace

In program debugging, a stack trace is a report of the computer's internal processing operations. It generally identifies the last routine called in the program before it crashed. See stack and stack pointer.
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An effort was made to backtrace families that clearly enjoyed noble status during the reigns of D.
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When a race is reported, Eraser indicates the file and line number at which it was discovered and a backtrace listing of all active stack frames.
Real X propagation can be debugged using a full sequential backtrace report showing the exact register to register paths from original X source registers or inputs to their destination registers spanning multiple clock cycles.