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My question is about the possibility of calculating the modulus of the Dirichlet Eta Function for complex numbers with positive real part. This series is uniformly convergent but it is not absolutely convergent unless the real part is greater than one. I think about the fact that calculating modulus requires product of series. This property is true only for absolutely convergent series.

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