Is there an easy way How to detect where a function call came from

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Is there an easy way How to detect where a function call came from

Postby ramverma » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:28 am

Is there an easy way to stop the program and indicate where the subroutine was called from..
function writeMsg() {
echo "how are you";

writeMsg(); // call the function
Bottom line if I halt the program at the function.. how can I display what the call was that called the program..
I realize I could search for writeMsg() but it will be called from many different points in the program at different times..
I would like to have it log each call and where it came from...


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Re: Is there an easy way How to detect where a function call came from

Postby sidbhatt » Sat Oct 03, 2015 4:04 pm

The debug_backtrace() function is use todetect where a function call came from.....


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