This section describes the navigation and view commands you can use in the ZX Spectrum Memory, and Z80 Disassembly tool windows.
Sets the top position of the ZX Spectrum tool window to the specified address. Note: The tool window displays the memory contents in 8-byte sections, so the given address is aligned to the closest segment.
Note: This commands are available with the Spectrum 128K, Spectrum +3E, and Spectrum Next models only.
Select ROM Page
Displays the ROM with the specified index. When showing the memory contents, the addresses between
#3fff display the contents of this ROM. With a Spectrum 128K, you can use indexes
1, as this model has two ROMs.
With a Spectrum +3E model, you can use indexes from
3, supporting the four ROMs of such a model.
In this mode, the tool window displays only the contents of the selected ROM, and no other parts of the memory.
Select Memory Bank
Displays the RAM bank with the specified index. When displaying the memory contents, the addresses between
#3fff display the contents of this RAM bank. Indexes can be between
In this mode, the tool window displays only the contents of the selected RAM bank, and no other parts of the memory.
Select Full Memory Mode
Displays the entire addressable (64K) memory, exactly as the Z80 CPU sees it. Displays the currently selected RAM
#3FFF address range, Bank 5 in the
#7FFF range, Bank 2 between
Uses the currently paged bank for the
Note: Right now, these views cannot handle the special banking modes available in the Spectrum +3E model (through the
#1ffdport). This feature will be implemented later.
You can export the contents of the memory or the disassembly with the export command:
The first literal defines the start (inclusive), the second the end of the address range (inclusive) to export. When you run the command, it shows up a dialog to set a few export parameters.
ZX Spectrum Memory: