Format of DOS 4.0-6.0 system file tables and FCB tables:
Offset	Size	Description	)
 00h	DWORD	pointer to next file table (offset FFFFh if last)
 04h	WORD	number of files in this table
 06h  3Bh bytes per file
	Offset	Size	Description
	 00h	WORD	number of file handles referring to this file
			FFFFh if in use but not referenced
	 02h	WORD	file open mode (see AX=6C00h,#01402 at AH=3Dh)
			bit 15 set if this file opened via FCB
	 04h	BYTE	file attribute (see #01420 at AX=4301h)
	 05h	WORD	device info word (see also #01423 at AX=4400h)
			bit 15 set if remote file
			bit 14 set means do not set file date/time on closing
			bit 13 set if named pipe
			bit 12 set if no inherit
			bit 11 set if network spooler
			bit 7  set if device, clear if file (only if local)
			bits 6-0 as for AX=4400h
	 07h	DWORD	pointer to device driver header if character device
			else pointer to DOS Drive Parameter Block
			  (see #01395 at AH=32h) or REDIR data
	 0Bh	WORD	starting cluster of file (local files only)
			not set for FAT32-capable versions of Windows95
			  (since they allow 32-bit cluster numbers)
	 0Dh	WORD	file time in packed format (see #01665)
	 0Fh	WORD	file date in packed format (see #01666)
	 11h	DWORD	file size
	 15h	DWORD	current offset in file (SFT)
			LRU counters (FCB table, two WORDs)
	---local file---
	 19h	WORD	relative cluster within file of last cluster accessed
	 1Bh	DWORD	number of sector containing directory entry
	 1Fh	BYTE	number of dir entry within sector (byte offset/32)
	---network redirector---
	 19h	DWORD	pointer to REDIRIFS record
	 1Dh  3 BYTEs	???
	 20h 11 BYTEs	filename in FCB format (no path/period, blank-padded)
	 2Bh	DWORD	(SHARE.EXE) pointer to previous SFT sharing same file
	 2Fh	WORD	(SHARE.EXE) network machine number which opened file
			(Windows Enhanced mode DOSMGR uses the virtual machine
			  ID as the machine number; see INT 2F/AX=1683h)
	 31h	WORD	PSP segment of file's owner (see #01378 at AH=26h)
			  (first three entries for AUX/CON/PRN contain segment
			  of IO.SYS startup code)
	 33h	WORD	offset within SHARE.EXE code segment of
			sharing record (see #01595)  0000h = none
	 35h	WORD	(local) absolute cluster number of last clustr accessed
			(redirector) ???
	 37h	DWORD	pointer to IFS driver for file, 0000000h if native DOS
Note:	the OS/2 2.0 DOS Boot Session does not properly fill in the filename
	  field due to incomplete support for SFTs; the OS/2 2.0 DOS Window
	  does not appear to support SFTs at all
SeeAlso: #01639,#01640,#01641