I know what the generic stack is, but can anyone describe to me what the call stack is or a general description of how it works??
The pdf file named "Coding idioms for Symbian OS" says:
"Rule 1: All functions that can leave should have an ‘L’ on the end of their name. Leaves propagate back up the call stack though functions named with ‘L’ until they are caught by a trap harness, which is normally provided by your thread’s Active Scheduler."
I'm not really sure what this means because i can't picture it =(. I'm not sure how something can propagate tru a stack?
Is the 'L' at the end of the name necessary for the compiler to recognize it? or is it just for clarity?
Thanks in advance...