Thank you Don for the “Pocket Computer Newsletter” archives !
I subscribed to Pocket Computer Newsletter in 1982 and was able to get back
issues of 1981.
I was interested in Machine Language for the PC1500.
In 1982 PCN was the only information available.
The Sharp Technical Reference Manual was not yet out.
TRS80 Microcomputer News started revealing the mnemonic codes in March 1983.
The last issue of each year of PCN has an index.
For those that want to learn PC1500 ML, search the index for articles by
Thanks to the hard work of Norlin Rober, PCN had the first info on ML
programming the PC 1500.
They called the command set Rober Mnemonics.
Norlin Rober provided the first PC1500 disassembler program in PCN 1982
Special Edition issue.
This was written in BASIC.
He later offered it written in ML, named LMD 2.0
A must have program!
In 1983 PCN had a series of issues called “Machine Language Programming the