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Let D be a domain (open+ connected) in the complex plane.

I was wondering if someone had a ref. for the proof that if two

curves C,C' in D are homotopic, thenfor f in C^1(D), Int_C F= Int_C' f, and/or if this

theorem has a standard name.

Thanks.

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# Homology and Integration; Req. for Proof.

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