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When debugging in Visual Basic, I can see the call stack from a pull-down menu.  Does Visual Studio 2005/2008 have that also?

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Yes, if the call stack window is not visible in Visual Studio during debugging, go to
Debug->Windows->Call Stack
on the Visual Studio menu and it will appear.
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