Displays the Call Stack window, which lists the stack values of the current thread. The stack consists of the functions called (including the arguments), any variables used in the functions, and return values. This is especially useful during debugging to trace the origin of the calling procedures.
A stack is a section of memory that is used to store temporary information. For example, when you call a Cicode function, the variables used inside the function exist only as long as the function runs.
To view the values of arguments and variables in a procedure, place a breakpoint within the procedure under watch. When that breakpoint is reached, the Stack Window will display the current call stack of the procedure containing the breakpoint. The values of the stack are updated as the values change.
Note: you need to be in debug mode to view this window.