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.NET Stack Trace

To get the current Stack Trace, use the following function

var s = new System.Diagnostics.StackTrace();

And to access the stack frames, look at the GetFrames() function


Finally if you need to know what is the current class and function name, you can use

var theMethod = s.GetFrames().First().GetMethod();

var theClassDotMethod = theMethod.ReflectedType + "." + theMethod.Name

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