Function 10h Close File (FCB)
Closes a File After a File Write
entry AH 10h
DS:DX pointer to an opened FCB
return AL 00h if the file is found and closed
0FFh if the file is not found in the current directory
note 1) This function call must be done on open files that are no longer needed,
and after file writes to insure all directory information is updated.
2) If the file is not found in its correct position in the current
directory, it is assumed that the diskette was changed and AL returns
0FFh. This error return is reportedly not completely reliable with DOS
3) If found, the directory is updated to reflect the status in the FCB, the
buffers to that file are flushed, and AL returns 00h.
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