# liesInSupport

From distr v2.7.0
by Peter Ruckdeschel

##### Generic Function for Testing the Support of a Distribution

The function tests if `x`

lies in the support of the
distribution `object`

.

- Keywords
- methods, distribution

##### Usage

`liesInSupport(object, x)`

##### Arguments

- object
object of class

`"Distribution"`

- x
numeric vector or matrix

##### Value

logical vector

##### Methods

- object = "DiscreteDistribution", x = "numeric":
does

`x`

lie in the support of`object`

.- object = "DiscreteDistribution", x = "matrix":
does

`x`

lie in the support of`object`

.- object = "AbscontDistribution", x = "numeric":
does

`x`

lie in the support of`object`

.- object = "AbscontDistribution", x = "matrix":
does

`x`

lie in the support of`object`

.

##### See Also

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
liesInSupport(Exp(1), rnorm(10))
# note
x <- rpois(10, lam = 10)
liesInSupport(Pois(1), x)
# better
distroptions("TruncQuantile"=1e-15)
liesInSupport(Pois(1), x)
distroptions("TruncQuantile"=1e-05) # default
# }
```

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