Disassembly Type Command
You can choose the disassembly type for the current view. ZX Spectrum models have their disassembly peculiarities. For example,
the Spectrum 48K model uses the
RST #28 instructions to implement a floating point calculator with bytecode that follows the
call. Spectrum 128K uses the
RST #28 instruction to call into ROM 0 with the 2-byte address that follows the RST call.
With this command you can select which model type to use for the disassembly displayed in the tool window.
You can force a re-disassembly of the current view. If the contents of the RAM changes, you might need this command to refresh the view so that you can see the latests changes.
This command works only when the Spectrum VM is paused. It sets the Program Counter (PC) to the specified address. When the Spectum VM continues running — after the Start command — it will carry on from the specified address.