Commands to load programs from cassette tape and floppy
This page attempts to list the load commands for various 8-bit computers, which were available from the late 70s to the late 80s. A load command is used to load a program into the computer's RAM memory. Often cassette players were used, loading programs from tape. Some computers also supported floppy disks and some were able to accept catridges.
TRS-80, also known as System 80 in Australia, and Video Genie, which were sold in Europe
CLOAD RUN SYSTEM (then the first letter or full name of the program to load (machine programes))
CLOADM (for machine program, undocumented as far as i know)
CLOAD RUN CLOADM (for machine programs)
LOADM "0:AAA.BIN":EXEC (for machine programs from floppy, while "0" is for the first drive, "0:" can also be omited for the first drive)
DOS (to load an alternate operating system such as OS-9; might not work with the Dragon)
They can automatically load a floppy disk if it was inserted before powering the computer on.
CLOAD (loads programs saved with CSAVE)
LOAD "C:" (loads programs saved with SAVE "C:")
ENTER "C:" (loads programs saved with LIST "C:")
RUN "C:" (loads&runs programs saved with SAVE "C:")
Taken from Atarimania, hope that is okay.