The definition of entire function in complex analysis is(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

'If a complex function is analytic at all finite points of the complex plane , then it is said to be entire, sometimes also called "integral" (Knopp 1996, p. 112).'

I have questions about the terms 'finite points'.

Why are this terms here?

And If the terms are omitted, the function has another name or meaning?

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# Some questions for entire function

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