prove : term * tactic -> thm

- STRUCTURE
- SYNOPSIS
- Attempts to prove a boolean term using the supplied tactic.
- DESCRIPTION
- When applied to a term-tactic pair (tm,tac), the function prove attempts to prove the goal ?- tm, that is, the term tm with no assumptions, using the tactic tac. If prove succeeds, it returns the corresponding theorem A |- tm, where the assumption list A may not be empty if the tactic is invalid; prove has no inbuilt validity-checking.
- FAILURE
- Fails if the term is not of type bool (and so cannot possibly be the conclusion of a theorem), or if the tactic cannot solve the goal.
- SEEALSO

HOL Kananaskis-13