I get 0

```
p=Distributions.Hypergeometric(100, 100, 200)
Hypergeometric(ns=100, nf=100, n=200)
pdf(p,4)
0.0
```

I get 0

```
p=Distributions.Hypergeometric(100, 100, 200)
Hypergeometric(ns=100, nf=100, n=200)
pdf(p,4)
0.0
```

Well, `0.0`

is the correct answer. As you have:

```
julia> pdf(p,100)
1.0
```

For details on this distribution, press `?`

in REPL and then `Distributions.Hypergeometric(100, 100, 200)`

. The description will make it clear.

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of course, ok silly mistake. thanks.