— Built-in Function: void * __builtin_return_address
(unsigned int level
This function returns the return address of the current function, or of one of its callers. The level argument is number of frames to scan up the call stack. A value of
0 yields the return address of the current function, a value of
1 yields the return address of the caller of the current function, and so forth. When inlining the expected behavior is that the function returns the address of the function that is returned to. To work around this behavior use the
noinline function attribute.
The level argument must be a constant integer.
On some machines it may be impossible to determine the return address of any function other than the current one; in such cases, or when the top of the stack has been reached, this function returns
0 or a random value. In addition,
__builtin_frame_address may be used to determine if the top of the stack has been reached.
Additional post-processing of the returned value may be needed, see
Calling this function with a nonzero argument can have unpredictable effects, including crashing the calling program. As a result, calls that are considered unsafe are diagnosed when the-Wframe-address option is in effect. Such calls should only be made in debugging situations.
#define my_print1(fmt, args...) printf(fmt, ##args)
#define my_print2(fmt, ...) printf(fmt, ##__VA_ARGS__)