below the procedure of reading from text file using 8086 microprocessor and tasm and storing the text in array called array.
note that data_file is a db variable contains the name of the file with its directory,, |c:\tasm\file_name|,,
MOV AH, 3DH ;Open the file
MOV AL, 0 ;Open for reading
LEA DX, data_file ;Presume DS points at filename
INT 21H ; segment
MOV HANDLE, AX ;Save file handle
XOR SI, SI
MOV AH , 3FH ;Read data from the file
LEA DX, array[SI] ;Address of data buffer
MOV CX, 40 ;Read 256 bytes
MOV BX, HANDLE ;Get file handle value
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