These distributions are sometimes called singular continuous distributions.
A singular distribution is not a discrete probability distribution because each discrete point has a zero probability. On the other hand, neither does it have a probability density function, since the Lebesgue integral of any such function would be zero.
An example is the Cantor distribution.
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