SHOW CALLS

Display called procedures.

Syntax

SHOW CALLS [/ARGUMENTS] [/LEVEL=number]

Parameters

/ARGUMENTS

If this option is used, the function arguments are displayed.

/LEVEL=number

With /LEVEL only the first number of nested calls are displayed.

Description

This command displays a list of all procedures, which have been called to reach the current execution state. The output is shown in the Console window.

The procedures are listed with their addresses, names, and arguments. The text in brackets contains the module name where the procedure is defined and the line number of the subsequent procedure call. scope indicates the current scope, that is, which procedure is currently executed.

Note

There are restrictions if parameters are stored in registers, because they are hidden by later calls. There are also restrictions if the top level function has not passed its prologue code which moves the parameters from the stack into their registers.

Example

SHOW CALLS
SHOW CALLS
SHOW CALLS/ARGUMENTS
SHOW CALLS/LEVEL=3/ARGUMENTS

See Also


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