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Callers Graph

Callers Graph

Callers Graph

How does the "Callers Graph" works in VC++ like the following?


Does the "Callers Graph" means:

either CRemoteDemo::setup () + CSlidermenuItem::Create()




the problem is if I go into  CSlidermenuItem::Create()  - I dont' seem
to see any calls to



I used Java Eclispe and the Call Hierarchy show clearly like the


Does VC++ 2005 has something similar?

RE: Callers Graph

Do you mean a stack trace or a caller's graph on a non running system?  A caller's graph on a non-running system can be very misleading when you use virtual functions, overriding, template specialization and late binding.  I don't know of any system that will give you a call graph on the source code for highly complex programs that use those features.

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