FAQ: References and Pointers - Review

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So…reviving the topic, would it be advised to take the C## course as well for a full understanding or nah?

I think this lesson references and pointers helped me understand & and *. However, I was hoping this lesson could help understand the this operator and the arrow operator.

I completely forgot about the letter so it really surprised me and I got quite emotional for the time and effort to finish it. That last experience was like give myself a pat on the shoulders. That was a wonderful course (review, in my case). Thank you!