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How do I get the current stack trace in Java, like how in .NETyou can do Environment.StackTrace?

BTW, Thread.dumpStack() is not what I want - I want to get the stack trace back, not print it out.

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To get a current stack trace in JAVA useThread.currentThread().getStackTrace()

Example:

for (StackTraceElement ste : Thread.currentThread().getStackTrace())

 {

    System.out.println(ste);

}

This Returns an array of StackTraceElement, each array represents one stack frame.

To learn more about it click here.

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