It is an old result of Kneser that if $f$ is a **continuous** function, and there are two solutions to the IVP $$y'=f(x,y), \quad y(x_0)=y_0,$$
then there are uncountably many solutions.
I am interested in the general case, where $f$ is not continuous.

Is there an IVP with exactly two solutions?

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