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I am learning complex integration and differentiation at the moment, but I have yet to understand what an analytical function is and what a continuous function is. I feel it has something to do with continuous derivatives, whatever that means!

Are analyticity and continuity one and the same thing? Can a function be one and not the other?

Any help would be much appreciated

Regards,

Peter

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# Analyicity versus continuity

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