Function 3Fh Read From A File Or Device Read from file with handle entry AH 3Fh BX file handle CX number of bytes to read DS:DX address of buffer return flag CF 0 successful read 1 error AX 0 pointer was already at end of file or number of bytes read or error code (5, 6) note 1) This function attempts to transfer the number of bytes specified in CX to a buffer location. It is not guaranteed that all bytes will be read. If AX
2) If performed from STDIN (file handle 0000), the input can be redirected 3) If used to read the keyboard, it will only read to the first CR 4) The file pointer is incremented to the last byte read. 5) The data is read beginning at the current file position. bugs: Novell NETX.EXE v3.26 and 3.31 do not set CF if the read fails due to a record lock (see AH=5Ch), though it does return AX=0005h; this has been documented by Novell Attempting to read close to 64k of data in one chunk MAY result in data corruption near the end of the block when running under Window 98.
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