Sketch a possible graph of the following:

f(-2) exsists, $\displaystyle lim x --> -2+ f(x)= f(-2)$, but lim x --> -2 f(x) does not exist.

I'm new to Latex. I'm working on it.

I came with the crude graph below, the series leaning toward the right comes from the right and the series from the left comes from the left.. What stumps me is the meaning of lim x--> -2+f(x)= f(-2).I don't understand, or I don't think I do, what it means.