suppose i have a real function f=f(x)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

this function is smooth everywhere on the real line

for example, f=e^x.

The problem is, is the continuation of the function into the complex plane unique?

if so, does it hold that f(z)=f(z*)*?

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# Continuation of a real function into the total complex plane

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