Need information on TRSDOS 1.3 internals

From: Doug Jackson <>
Date: Wed Dec 4 21:43:00 2002


I have the set of "inside the TRS-80 xxxx" books. I'm sure that the TRSDOS
1.3 is included.

I'll have a look.

I can scan anything that you need.

Doug Jackson
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sellam Ismail []
> Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2002 6:25 AM
> To: Classic Computers Mailing List
> Subject: Need information on TRSDOS 1.3 internals
> Does anyone have any documentation on the data structures of
> TRSDOS 1.3?
> Specifically, I'd like to know the catalog structure, as well as the
> scheme for storing files across multiple sectors.
> I'm trying to pull some old word processor and perhaps
> spreadsheet files
> off some TRSDOS disks using a PC. I already found a utility called
> READDISK that reads TRS-80 disks on a PC and it worked great.
> Now I need
> to extract the files from the image.
> Is this data published in any of the TRS-80 DOS manuals?
> Sellam Ismail Vintage
> Computer Festival
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