PowerOff

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Synopsis

Header: fxcg/system.h
Syscall index: 0x1839
Function signature: void PowerOff( int displayLogo )

Properly powers the calculator off, optionally showing the Casio logo and owner information.

Parameters

  • int displayLogo - Set to 1 to display Casio logo, set to 0 to not display (almost instant power off, but current state is still saved).

Comments

The OS always calls this syscall with displayLogo set to 1, except when the battery level is so low that powering off quickly is important, that displaying the logo and waiting some seconds would just waste more battery.

It is not certain that some special behavior exists for when displayLogo is set to zero, besides not showing the logo. The system could set some flag that leads to unexpected behavior, or even change something lower-level such as the voltage or speed of the CPU or its peripherals (remember, supposedly the parameter is only zero when the battery is very low). Even if such behavior doesn't exist in the current OS versions, it could exist in a future version. If you want to be on the safe side, always set the parameter to 1.