We already know:
1) if f(x) continuous on domain D then it is integrable and has antiderivative.
2) f(x) is almost continuous (that is, the set of discontinuities has measure zero) is equivalent to integrability, but "almost continuous" doesn't guarantee having antiderivative.
Now I am wondering is it possible for f(x) not continuous but still have antiderivative. Could you give me an example. It seems that people don't care about a function that have antiderivative, just integrable functions. Thank you.