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I have this problem understanding that holomorpic functions must be infinitely differentiable. Indeed, it does follow from the Cauchy formula. But take z=x+iy. It satisfies C-R equations and has a first derivative = 1. I fail to see how this function is infinitely differentiable.

What am I missing?

Thanks!

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# Complex differentiability problem

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