This might save a few lines of typing when you want to check that the call stack is not currupted. And it probably isn't corrupted, by the way.

Code:
'
' just a little macro to wrap callstk, etc
' PB 8 or 9 - example is PB9
' Chris Holbrook Feb 2009
'
#tools on
#compile exe
#dim all
'------------------------------------------------------
' <<<<< THIS IS THE MACRO - the rest of the code just gives it something to do.
macro mShowStack(debugmsg)
    macrotemp s, i
    dim s as string
    dim i as long

    s = funcname$ + " : " + debugmsg + $crlf
    for i = 1 to callstkcount
       s = s + $crlf + callstk$(i)
   next
   ? s
end macro
'>>>>> END OF THE MACRO
'------------------------------------------------------
class myClass
     interface MyInterface
         inherit iunknown
         method StackTestMethod (n as long )
             mShowStack("shouldbefirst")  '<================== macro used here
         end method
     end interface
end class
'------------------------------------------------------
sub StackTestFn ( n as long)
    mShowStack("shouldbesecond") '<================== macro used here
end sub
'------------------------------------------------------
callback function CBHD
    local myi as myinterface
    select case as long cb.msg

        case %wm_command
            if cb.ctl = 100 then
                if cb.ctlmsg = %bn_clicked then
                    myi = class "myClass"
                    myi.StackTestMethod(1)
                    StackTestFn(2)
                end if
            end if
    end select

end function
'------------------------------------------------------
function pbmain () as long
    local s as string
    local hD as dword

    dialog new pixels, 0, "Show Call Stack Info", 200, 200, 200, 100, %ws_sysmenu or %ws_caption, to hD
    control add button, hD, 100, "Call Stack Info", 25, 25, 150, 20
    dialog show modal hD call CBHD
end function