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exp(-1/x) for x>0, 0 for x<=0

i want to get f'(x) by using l'hopital's rule, but somehow

i'm applying l'hopital's rule again and again and no clear value is coming out.

i know f'(0) is 0, but i cannot prove it

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# Derivative using l'hopital's rule

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