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Allocation call tree - All threads merged

A allocation call tree is a hierarchical representation that illustrates the sequence and relationships of method invocations within a program, where objects have been allocated. It visually captures how different methods are called and nested during the execution of the program, showcasing the flow of control and helping understand the order and context of method interactions.

This visualization aids in debugging, analyzing program behavior, and optimizing code by revealing the path of execution and facilitating insights into how data and control are passed between different parts of the code.

All threads together call tree aggregates traces of object allocations from all .NET threads into a single tree. For analyzing object allocations within a specific .NET thread, please consider using Allocation call tree - By thread view.

Allocation call tree

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