As is known, there are everywhere discontinuous infinitely Frechet differentiable functions on the real locally convex spaces D(R) and V(R) of finitely supported infinitely differentiable functions and, respectively, of generalized functions. In this paper the relationship between the complex differentiability and continuity of a function on a complex locally convex space is considered. We describe a class of complex locally convex spaces, which includes the complex space V(R), such that every Gateaux complex-differentiable function on a space of this class is continuous. We also describe another class of locally convex spaces, which includes the complex space D(R), such that on every space of this class there is an everywhere discontinuous infinitely Frechet complex-differentiable function whose derivatives are continuous.
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