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Answer to Question #36385 in Complex Analysis for Umer Farooq

Question #36385
Prove that f(Z)=Z at Z=Z' is a continuous function but not differentiable
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Unfortunately, the statement of your question is a bit confusing.
Your statement is wrong. Maybe you meant f(z)=Re z?

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