# A few results on Janowski functions associated with $k$-symmetric points

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The purpose of the present paper is to introduce and study new subclasses of analytic functions which generalize the classes of Janowski functions with respect to $k$-symmetric points. We also study certain interesting properties like covering theorem, convolution condition, neighborhood results and argument theorem.

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