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

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Name

StackTrace

Synopsis

A stack trace is an ordered list of StackFrame objects. Call the constructor to create a stack trace that starts with a StackFrame corresponding to the current method. The optional boolean argument fNeedFileInfo indicates that the stack trace should include the filename as well as the line and column number. (The program must have been compiled with /debug to get this information.)

When one method calls another, a new stack frame is created and FrameCount is incremented. To get a specific StackFrame, use GetFrame(). The static constant METHODS_TO_SKIP returns the number of methods skipped at the beginning of the StackTrace.

public class StackTrace {
// Public Constructors
   public method StackTrace();  
   public method StackTrace(bool fNeedFileInfo);  
   public method StackTrace(Exception e);  
   public method StackTrace(Exception e, bool fNeedFileInfo);  
   public method StackTrace(Exception e, int skipFrames);  
   public method StackTrace(Exception e, int skipFrames, 
        bool fNeedFileInfo);  
   public method StackTrace(int skipFrames);  
   public method StackTrace(int skipFrames, 
        bool fNeedFileInfo);  
   public method StackTrace(StackFrame frame);  
   public method StackTrace(
        System.Threading.Thread targetThread, 
        bool needFileInfo);  
// Public Static Fields
   public const field int METHODS_TO_SKIP;                       // =0
                  // Public Instance Properties
   public virtual field int FrameCount{get; } 
// Public Instance Methods
   public virtual method StackFrame GetFrame(int index);  
   public override method string ToString ...

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