Stack overflows can be one of the most difficult bugs to squash. An overflow is often hidden in a cryptic, non-static error state. Sometimes the application runs without issue. Sometimes it may hard fault and reset the hardware without warning. It may be overwriting data unbeknown to application designer. The worst error state is the dreaded heisenbug: an error that seems to vanish when you go looking for the cause.

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