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 Aug9 revised Functionally structured spaces and manifolds Clarification of well defined function Aug8 revised Functionally structured spaces and manifolds Added links Aug8 revised Functionally structured spaces and manifolds Tagg added Aug8 answered Functionally structured spaces and manifolds Aug8 comment Functionally structured spaces and manifolds I guess you mean that smooth function $h$ be unique, as $g$ is not assumed smooth. Aug8 asked Functionally structured spaces and manifolds Aug4 comment Nets, dense subsets and continuous maps I think he/she meant $D$. Aug4 comment Nets, dense subsets and continuous maps $f=g$ on $X$? $f$'s domain is $D$. What do you mean? $g$ seems to extend $f$. So I would say that $f=g$ on $D$. But that it does so continuously is not so clear to me. Aug4 revised Nets, dense subsets and continuous maps Wrong domain of g corrected and assumption on f clarified Aug4 suggested approved edit on Nets, dense subsets and continuous maps Aug2 accepted Upper triangular matrices in $\mathrm{SL}(2,\mathbb{R})$ Aug2 comment Upper triangular matrices in $\mathrm{SL}(2,\mathbb{R})$ And that is how it is done. Nice! Aug2 comment Upper triangular matrices in $\mathrm{SL}(2,\mathbb{R})$ Yes, $T$ is clearly non-compact. That is precisely why I am asking. Aug2 revised Upper triangular matrices in $\mathrm{SL}(2,\mathbb{R})$ Obvious fact added Aug2 asked Upper triangular matrices in $\mathrm{SL}(2,\mathbb{R})$ Aug1 answered Quaternionic general linear group is open Jul29 comment Counterexample or proof that a certain subset in a topological group is closed Thanks, very nice. Jul29 suggested rejected edit on Counterexample or proof that a certain subset in a topological group is closed Jul29 accepted Counterexample or proof that a certain subset in a topological group is closed Jul29 revised Counterexample or proof that a certain subset in a topological group is closed clarification