Prove directly that if $f_n$ converges uniformly to $f$ and if $f_n$ converges pointwise to $g$, $f=g$.
Thoughts/Attempts at a Solution: I know that if $f_n$ converges uniformly to f , then by definition for every $e> 0$, there exists an N so that $n\geq N$ implies that $|f_n(x)-f(x)|<e$ holds for all $x\in E$.
If $f_n$ converges pointwise to g, then by definition, for every $x \in E$ and for every $e> 0$, there exists an N so that for every for $n\geq N$ we have $|f_n(x)-g(x)|<e$.
I know that the basic difference is that in point wise convergence N can depend on both x and $e$ as both are quantified first while in uniform convergence we need an N that solely depends on $e$. However, now I don't know how to use these two definitions to explicitly show that f=g.
Usually when I do proofs regarding uniqueness, I do a proof by contradiction, but in this case I have to do a direct proof so I'm not exactly sure how to proceed. Any help would be much appreciated.