Suppose $G\subset\mathbb{C}$ is open and connected,let $\left\{ f_{n}:n=1,2\ldots \right\}$ be a uniformly bounded sequence of holomorphic functions on $G$ that convergences uniformly on compact subsets to the function $f$. Assume that each $f_{n}$ is one-to-one on $G$ and satisfies $f_{n}(G)\subset G$. Show that if $f$ is not constant,then

$a)$ $f(G)\subset G$ ,and $b)$ $f$ is one-to-one on $G$.

My thought was to use the properties that sequence of holomorphic functions have to prove that $\lim_{n}f_{n}\left(x\right)\neq\partial\Omega$ and $f_{n}\left(x\right)\neq f_{n}\left(y\right)$. I don't know how to use the theorems we all know in complex analysis to approach the result.


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