# Continuous on a curve?

1. Oct 28, 2004

### T-O7

Hey, I have a quick question: Does anyone know what it means for a function $$f$$ to be continuous on a curve $$\gamma$$? Is it the same as saying the pullback $$\gamma^*f$$ is continuous on the domain of $$\gamma$$?

2. Aug 18, 2009

### Reb

It implies that, actually. Off the top of my head, I'd say "continuous on a curve" means
that the function f is the restriction of a function F, continuous on a neighbourhood of the curve.

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