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Looking for some help on the following problem. Any replies much appreciated.

I have the complex number

exp(i.x)

If x = - infinity,

is this zero?? Is there any intuitive/straightforward value that it should be? I decomposed the expression into cos and sin and it looks like the number doesnt converge to anything!

regards,

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