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debug_backtrace

(PHP 4 >= 4.3.0, PHP 5)

debug_backtraceGenerates a backtrace

Description

array debug_backtrace ([ int $options = DEBUG_BACKTRACE_PROVIDE_OBJECT [, int $limit = 0 ]] )

debug_backtrace() generates a PHP backtrace.

Parameters

options

As of 5.3.6, this parameter is a bitmask for the following options:

debug_backtrace() options
DEBUG_BACKTRACE_PROVIDE_OBJECT Whether or not to populate the "object" index.
DEBUG_BACKTRACE_IGNORE_ARGS Whether or not to omit the "args" index, and thus all the function/method arguments, to save memory.
Before 5.3.6, the only values recognized are TRUE or FALSE, which are the same as setting or not setting the DEBUG_BACKTRACE_PROVIDE_OBJECT option respectively.

limit

As of 5.4.0, this parameter can be used to limit the number of stack frames returned. By default (limit=0) it returns all stack frames.

Return Values

Returns an array of associative arrays. The possible returned elements are as follows:

Possible returned elements from debug_backtrace()
Name Type Description
function string The current function name. See also __FUNCTION__.
line integer The current line number. See also __LINE__.
file string The current file name. See also __FILE__.
class string The current class name. See also __CLASS__
object object The current object.
type string The current call type. If a method call, "->" is returned. If a static method call, "::" is returned. If a function call, nothing is returned.
args array If inside a function, this lists the functions arguments. If inside an included file, this lists the included file name(s).

Changelog

Version Description
5.4.0 Added the optional parameter limit.
5.3.6 The parameter provide_object changed to options and additional option DEBUG_BACKTRACE_IGNORE_ARGS is added.
5.2.5 Added the optional parameter provide_object.
5.1.1 Added the current object as a possible return element.

Examples

Example #1 debug_backtrace() example

<?php
// filename: /tmp/a.php

function a_test($str)
{
    echo 
"\nHi: $str";
    
var_dump(debug_backtrace());
}

a_test('friend');
?>

<?php
// filename: /tmp/b.php
include_once '/tmp/a.php';
?>

Results similar to the following when executing /tmp/b.php:

 Hi: friend array(2) { [0]=> array(4) {  ["file"] => string(10) "/tmp/a.php"  ["line"] => int(10)  ["function"] => string(6) "a_test"  ["args"]=>  array(1) {  [0] => &string(6) "friend"  } } [1]=> array(4) {  ["file"] => string(10) "/tmp/b.php"  ["line"] => int(2)  ["args"] =>  array(1) {  [0] => string(10) "/tmp/a.php"  }  ["function"] => string(12) "include_once" } } 

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