It is well known that a sequence (or a series) of holomorphic functions converging uniformly converges to a holomorphic function. I would like to know under what condition a sequence (or a series) or real-analytic functions converges to a real-analytic function. Are there any simple criteria?
In particular, I would like to know whether a series of real-analytic functions converging absolutely and uniformly converges to a real-analytic function. I read in the proof of Lemma 1.8 in "Mock theta functions" written by S. P. Zwegers "since R is the (infinite) sum of real-analytic functions, and the series converges absolutely and uniformly, it is real-analytic." But I cannot understand why that fact holds.