Compatibility:  Undoc  2.0+
Expects: AH    60H
DS:SI ASCIIZ  string of a partial filespec
ES:DI buffer to receive ASCIIZ  fully-qualified "true name"
Returns:       (none ??)
Info: This undocumented function converts a partial filespec into a
fully-qualified filespec.  If the filename or ext portion
contains an asterisk (*) wildcard , it is replaced with a series
of question marks (?).

This is a quick way to convert an ambiguous filespec such as
MYFILE.TXT or D:MYFILE or even ..\DEC\ABC.DAT into a fully-
qualified ASCIIZ  filespec, suitable for use with many DOS fns.

The main idea is that if you change default drives or
directories, a name such as MYFILE.TXT will become invalid but a
name such as C:\OLD\OCT94\MYFILE.TXT will be correct.

Notes:   Though officially undocumented, this is so handy that it has
been widely discussed, even by Microsoft publications such as
MSJ.  It should be OK to use this one.

  The buffer at ES:DI must be large enough to handle the largest
possible path and filename (about 80 bytes).

  This function does NOT confirm that the input value (at DS:SI)
is valid or if such a file exists.  It simply parses the text
and creates a name that looks good.  It saves you the need of
obtaining the current default drive and directory and
prepending them to the name, etc.

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DOS Fn 60H: Query TrueName