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The stack buffer displays a call stack, with one line for each of the nested subroutine calls (stack frames) now active in the program. See (gdb)Backtrace section `Backtraces' in The GNU debugger.

An arrow in the fringe points to the selected frame or, if the fringe is not present, the number of the selected frame is displayed in reverse contrast. To select a frame in GDB, move point in the stack buffer to that stack frame and type <RET> (gdb-frames-select), or click Mouse-2 on a stack frame. If the locals buffer is visible, selecting a stack frame updates it to display the local variables of the new frame.

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