FS_WRITE - Write to a file

Write the specified number of bytes to a file from a buffer location. 
Calling Sequence   

int far pascal FS_WRITE(psffsi, psffsd, pDat, pLen, IOflag)

struct sffsi far * psffsi;
struct sffsd far * psffsd;
char far * pData;
unsigned short far * pLen;
unsigned short IOflag;

psffsi is a pointer to the file-system-independent portion of an open file 
sfi_position is the location within the file where the data is to be 
written to. The FSD should update the sfi_position and sfi_size fields. 
psffsd is a pointer to the file-system-dependent portion of an open file 
pData is the address of the application data area. 
Addressing of this data area is not validated by the kernel (see 
pLen is a pointer to the length of the application data area. 
On input, this is the number of bytes that are to be written. On output, 
this is the number of bytes successfully written. If the application data 
area is smaller than the length, no transfer is to take place. The FSD 
does not need to verify this pointer. 
IOflag indicates information about the operation on the handle. 
IOflag == 0x0010 indicates write-through 
IOflag == 0x0020 indicates no-cache 
If write is successful and is a file, the FSD should set ST_SWRITE and ST_ 
PWRITE to make the kernel time stamp the last modification time in the 
The FSD should return an error if an attempt is made to write beyond the 
end with a direct access device handle. 
Of the information passed in IOflag, the write-through bit is a mandatory 
bit in that any data written to the block device must be put out on the 
medium before the device driver returns. The no-cache bit, on the other 
hand, is an advisory bit that says whether the data being transferred is 
worth caching or not.   

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