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Figure 10.10 Display modification for callers and callees with equal depth value (Qsd = Psd). Figure 10.11 Display modifications for callers with smaller depth values than the callee (Qsd < Psd>. Figure 10.12

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Figure 10.10 Display modification for callers and callees with equal depth value (Qsd = Psd)

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Figure 10.10

Display modification for callers and callees with equal depth value (Qsd = Psd)


Figure 10.11

Display modifications for callers with smaller depth values than the callee(Qsd < Psd>


Figure 10.12

Stack and display before SUB1 calls SUB4 in MAIN_4; dashed lines indicate inactive pointers


Figure 10.13

Stack and display after SUB1 calls SUB4 in program MAIN_4 (Qsd < Psd)


Figure 10.14

Display modification for callers with larger depth values that their callees (Qsd > Psd)


Figure 10.15

Block variable storage whenblocks are not treated asparameterless procedures


Figure 10.16

Stack contents fora dynamic-scoped program


Figure 10.17

One method of using shallow access to implement dynamic scoping


Figure 10.18

Stack contents for the example program MAIN_7, with a parameter that is a subprogram (SUB1 was called, but has completed its execution).


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