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comment Theorems with an extraordinary exception or a small number of sporadic exceptions
I don't think my own answer about Heegner numbers is really a good example either. All class numbers are greater than 1 is not a great theorem in the context of this question. All it is saying is that the class number considered as a function f(n) is equal to 1 at these values of n and not equal to 1 at other values of n.
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comment Theorems with an extraordinary exception or a small number of sporadic exceptions
Many of the answers are not about sporadic exceptions, but rather the first n cases are exceptions before the theorem actually begins to work.
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comment Topological shape of sphere-like equations with complex radius
So the subset of $\mathbb{C}^2$ that satisfies the equation is $\mathbb{C}^2 \setminus \{(0,0)\}$
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