Explain the term entire function

Entire functions are those functions which are related to the field of complex analysis. Any entire function is also known as an integral function and hence both these terms are synonyms. In simple words, an entire function is defined as a function of complex values, which is holomorphic (differentiable at almost each and every point of its domain) on the complete complex plane. The most basic example of an entire function is the exponential functions, as they’re holomorphic over the entire complex plane.

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