Anybody ever notice during an assembly program it will not power off? Is there a way to "turn on" this feature again. I keep running down my batteries….
There is this command for that i read about in the Ti83plus.inc file…I have no idea whatit was called again but there is a built in function for AutoPowerOff
I forgot to mention this is for a TI-89 ASM. Would it be the same function?
Altough this is an extremely alte answer, yes I ahve found it again…it MIGHT be the same for the TI 89…If you open up the ti89.inc file and search (If you use C# express edition from microsoft goto edit>Find and Replace>Quick Find) for AutoPowerDown you can see this function:
apdRunning (System flag, you can turn this on or off)
if you turn this on in the beginning of the asm program it should APD…
//Note this is for TI 84+ I am not responsible for errors or crashes on other TI platforms (nor Am I for it on the TI 84+ platform :P) .nolist #include "ti83plus.inc" #define ProgStart $9D95 .org ProgStart -2 .db t2ByteTok, tAsmCmp ;this makes sure it runs if the "Asm()" function is put in front of it ld IY, flags set apdRunning, (apdFlags+IY) RET .end .end .list