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Section - 6.1.6 How can I get C programs to automatically generate stack dumps?

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Here is how you get a C program automatically generate a stack dump
when they abend:

U_STACK_TRACE() is an undocumented function that resides in libcl.  Set up
the signal handling like this:

  #include <signal.h>
  extern void U_STACK_TRACE();
  signal(SIGSEGV, U_STACK_TRACE);

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