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Simple DirectMedia Layer
Copyright (C) 1997-2022 Sam Lantinga <>
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#ifndef SDL_power_h_
#define SDL_power_h_
* \file SDL_power.h
* Header for the SDL power management routines.
#include "SDL_stdinc.h"
#include "begin_code.h"
/* Set up for C function definitions, even when using C++ */
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
* The basic state for the system's power supply.
typedef enum
SDL_POWERSTATE_UNKNOWN, /**< cannot determine power status */
SDL_POWERSTATE_ON_BATTERY, /**< Not plugged in, running on the battery */
SDL_POWERSTATE_NO_BATTERY, /**< Plugged in, no battery available */
SDL_POWERSTATE_CHARGING, /**< Plugged in, charging battery */
SDL_POWERSTATE_CHARGED /**< Plugged in, battery charged */
} SDL_PowerState;
* Get the current power supply details.
* You should never take a battery status as absolute truth. Batteries
* (especially failing batteries) are delicate hardware, and the values
* reported here are best estimates based on what that hardware reports. It's
* not uncommon for older batteries to lose stored power much faster than it
* reports, or completely drain when reporting it has 20 percent left, etc.
* Battery status can change at any time; if you are concerned with power
* state, you should call this function frequently, and perhaps ignore changes
* until they seem to be stable for a few seconds.
* It's possible a platform can only report battery percentage or time left
* but not both.
* \param secs seconds of battery life left, you can pass a NULL here if you
* don't care, will return -1 if we can't determine a value, or
* we're not running on a battery
* \param pct percentage of battery life left, between 0 and 100, you can pass
* a NULL here if you don't care, will return -1 if we can't
* determine a value, or we're not running on a battery
* \returns an SDL_PowerState enum representing the current battery state.
* \since This function is available since SDL 2.0.0.
extern DECLSPEC SDL_PowerState SDLCALL SDL_GetPowerInfo(int *secs, int *pct);
/* Ends C function definitions when using C++ */
#ifdef __cplusplus
#include "close_code.h"
#endif /* SDL_power_h_ */
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