Question: is it possible to obtain singular points for only real domain?



        {y = -I}, {y = I}, {y = infinity}, {y = -infinity}.

But if "y" was real, then there are no finite singularities, since y^2 is always positive and hence y^2+1>0 always. Adding assumptions did not help

singular(ln(y^2+1),y) assuming y::real;

gives same result. RealDomain does not support singular.  But I am no longer using RealDomain as it seems bugy.

I know I could filter out these complex results using remove(), but it would be nice if there was a way to singular supports assumptions. Is there a way to do it?

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