If you’re interested in making the plunge from Arduino (etc.) to directly working with an MCU, you’ll inevitably have to learn some basic C. There are a number of books that can teach you the basics, but if you’re looking for a refresher on one specific topic or keyword, “The C Book” is a great (and surprisingly thorough) online resource. Have another suggestion for people interested in getting start in C? Feel free to leave a suggestion in the comments!
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