Kenneth S. answered • 06/14/18

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This question appeared quite recently. For a function f to have a derivative, it MUST be continuous on the interval of interest.

Therefore if you know that f' is continuous, it must be the derivative of a differentiable function f, and that includes, of necessity, the continuity of f (it's a pre-condition).

Q.E.D.