One field of the EgaSavePtrRec points to an EgaTxtFontRec.  Initially,
 this structure does not exist, but it may be installed by DOS national
 language support or other TSR code.

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   +0      1  bLenOneChar  size, in bytes, of one character definition
   +1      1  bRamBank     character generator RAM bank
   +2      2  wCharCnt     number of characters defined
   +4      2  wFirstChar   ASCII code of first character defined
   +6      4  pfabDefTbl   far address of the Font Definition Data table.
                           The table is a set of wCharCnt bitmaps, each
                           containing bLenOneChar bytes (usually 8 or 14).
                           See INT 1FH for related info.
  +0aH     1  bAplcblRows  applies when video mode has this many text lines
  +0bH     n  abModes      use for these video modes (variable-length table)
  +n+0bH   1  ffH          ffH indicates end of abModes table
        n+0cH              size of an EgaTxtFontRec

 On VGA systems, a second 256-character font may be setup by initializing
 the EgaSavePtrRec.pfSavePtr2 to a VgaSavePtr2Rec and setting its
 pfTxtAuxFont field to point to another EgaTxtFontRec structure.  This
 secondary character set would be activated according to the mode values
 in the abModes field.

See Also: Font Definition Data
          EGA Data Areas
          EGA I/O Ports