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C# in a Nutshell by Peter Drayton, Ted Neward, Ben Albahari

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Name

StackFrame

Synopsis

A stack frame is an abstraction of the current state of an executing method. (Use StackTrace to enumerate all the stack frames that led up to the current process.) Use GetMethod() to obtain information about the method represented by a stack frame. Use GetFileName() to retrieve the name of the module that contains the method. The column and line numbers of the method, which are determined from debugging symbols, can be accessed with GetFileColumnNumber() and GetFileLineNumber(). To obtain the location in memory of the StackFrame, use GetNativeOffset(), or, alternatively, for the offset of IL code, call GetILOffset(). If the JIT compiler is not generating debugging symbols, this number is approximated by the runtime.

public class StackFrame {
// Public Constructors
   public method StackFrame();  
   public method StackFrame(bool fNeedFileInfo);  
   public method StackFrame(int skipFrames);  
   public method StackFrame(int skipFrames, 
        bool fNeedFileInfo);  
   public method StackFrame(string fileName, int lineNumber);  
   public method StackFrame(string fileName, int lineNumber, 
        int colNumber);  
// Public Static Fields
   public const field int OFFSET_UNKNOWN;                        // =-1
                  // Public Instance Methods
   public virtual method int GetFileColumnNumber();  
   public virtual method int GetFileLineNumber();  
   public virtual method string GetFileName();  
   public virtual method int GetILOffset();  
   public virtual method MethodBase GetMethod();  
   public virtual method int GetNativeOffset(); public override method string ...

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