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B) DJf : E 4 Y,JmE; F ) is weakly uniformly continuous on bounded subsets of (i) If E is reflexive then f E CE(E;F ) iflfor each j 5 m, D; : E 4 Pw("E; F ) is weakly continuous on bounded subsets of E (cf. Restrepo  for the case m = 1, E reflexive). (ii) C,"(E;F ) contains all functions of the form g o T where T is a continuous linear operator of finite rank and g E Cm( T ( E ) ;F ) (iii) C,"(E; F ) contains no non-zero function with bounded support except when F = 0 or dim E Deflnition. < 00.
Then by a theorem of Pringsheim, C(M) consists of complex valued functions which are analytic on open intervals of R , and hence can be called the analytic class. In this case C(M) is clearly quasi-analytic. On the other hand it is known that not every class is quasi-analytic. For instance, if for m = 0, 1,2,. . , then C(M) is not quasi-analytic, for the function f defined by: f ( x ) = e-i,O < 2 < 1, and f(x) = 0 for -1 < I 5 0, is indefinitely differentiable on the interval I = (-1,l); furthermore, f E C(M), and f(")(O) not the zero function on I .