Month: July 2011

  • Adventures with _chkstk

    Called by the compiler when you have more than one page of local variables in your function. _chkstk Routine is a helper routine for the C compiler. For x86 compilers, _chkstk Routine is called when the local variables exceed 4K bytes; for x64 compilers it is 8K. That’s all that you get from _chkstk()’s msdn web page. Nothing more…