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Unlike moving up or down the call stack, popping the stack changes the execution of your program. When the stopped in function is removed from the stack, it returns your program to its previous state, except for changes to global or static variables, external files, shared members, and similar global states.
You can also pop to a specific frame. To pop to frame 5, type:
pop -f 5
For more information, see pop Command.