Is the principal square root function holomorphic?

The principal square root function is thus defined using the nonpositive real axis as a branch cut. The principal square root function is holomorphic everywhere except on the set of non-positive real numbers (on strictly negative reals it isn’t even continuous). The above Taylor series for √ 1 + x remains valid for complex numbers x with | x | < 1.
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