How to shutdown your computer in Linux and/or Windows?
The idea is to use system() in C. This function is used to invoke operating system commands from C program.
Shutdown/ Log off/ Restart a Windows OS
We will make use of system() from < stdlib.h > to perform a system operation with the help of a C program.To perform any of the afore-mentioned system operation we will code as:
The argument to the system function is the path to OS and /i is one of the entity from the vast options available to us.To view the options, we run cmd and type:
The shutdown command presents us with a list of options available for us.These are :
To perform different operations, we just replace the last “/path” in system() argument.The common operations are:
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