evaluates expr with intermediate expressions in evaluation chains included on the stack.


  • The Wolfram System normally includes only the latest expression on each evaluation chain involved in the evaluation of a particular expression. Inside StackComplete, however, all preceding expressions on the evaluation chains are included.
  • StackComplete typically increases significantly the number of expressions kept on the evaluation stack.


Basic Examples  (1)

Include intermediate expressions in the evaluation stack:

Without StackComplete, you do not see how f and g are used:

Introduced in 1991