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1,032 bytes added ,  09:57, 20 September 2019
Add documentation for svcResetSignal
Closing all handles automatically causes the bit0 in [[#MemoryAttribute]] to clear, and the permission to reset.
== svcResetSignal ==
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! Argument || Type || Name
| (In) W0 || Handle<ReadableEvent> or Handle<Process> || Handle
| (Out) W0 || [[#Result]] || Ret
Resets the signal on the given handle, ensuring future calls to [[#svcWaitSynchronization]] on this handle will sleep until the handle is signaled again. If the handle is a ReadableEvent, this is equivalent to calling svcClearEvent() on the handle.
If the handle is a Process, it will clear the signaled state (which is set when the process changes [[#ProcessState]]. Once the process enters the Exited state, calling svcResetSignal on the process will no longer have an effect (the process is permanently signaled), and the syscall will return 0xFA01.
=== Result codes ===
'''0x0:''' Success. The signal was reset.
'''0xE401:''' The handle is invalid or of the wrong type.
'''0xFA01:''' The handle was not signaled, or the process is in exited state, causing it to be permanently signaled.
== svcWaitSynchronization ==


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