I'm a high school student who went through Rudin's Principles of Mathematical analysis a while ago in its entirety, except for the last two chapters.
I bought Real and Complex Analysis too, and although the preface says the first seven chapters of baby Rudin are sufficient preparation for the book, I know the book also includes graduate level complex analysis. As someone who doesn't have the faintest clue what complex analysis is about, should I read a book on undergrad complex analysis first?
Or will I be ok directly jumping to big rudin?
Again - Literally the only university level math textbook I've read is baby Rudin.
Thanks for the answers - I'll delete this question if its inappropriate.