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J. Scott Johnson's Blog:
Your PHP Command of the Day - debug_backtrace()
April 12, 2006 @ 06:57:04

J. Scott Johnson shares, in this new blog post, about a handy little function that any PHP developer out there would do well to remember when it comes to debugging their code - debug_backtrace.

When you're massively and rapidly refactoring a code base, mere hours before a demo* and you utterly and completely hose yourself then just plain trot out debug_backtrace() and whammo! Your debugging problems go away!

This function generates a backtrace from the function it's inside, making it easy to tracke backwards the path that the data's taking to get to that location. Very handy for tracking down which functionality it is that's causing the issues...

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