Suppose f is meromorphic in a neighborhood of the closed unit disk , that it does not have zeroes nor poles in the open unit disk, and that $|f(z)|=1$ for $|z|=1$. Find the most general such function. Let's denote D = open unit disk
Well, since f has no poles in D, it's holomorphic there, thus by the maximum modulus principle $ |f(z)| < 1$ for $|z|<1$. If f does not have a zero , then we can use the minimum modulus principle, so f attains it's minimum in $\partial D $ thus $f(z)=1 \forall z \in D$ , by analytic continuation $f(z)=1 \forall$ in where f is defined $ I'm not sure if my solution it's correct :S. I never used the fact that it's analytic in a neighborhood of the closure. I'm missing something?