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21.3 Fundamentals of M4 processing

When properly understood, M4 seems like child's play. However, it is common to learn M4 in a piecemeal fashion and to have an incomplete or inaccurate understanding of certain concepts. Ultimately, this leads to hours of furious debugging. It is important to understand the fundamentals well before progressing to the details.


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