Re: [isabelle] [iff] Attribute
The attribute [iff] attempts to transform the supplied theorems into introduction and elimination rules sensibly. If the supplied theorem is a non-boolean equality (or other atomic formula), then there is no elimination rule, and the theorem is given the attribute [intro!].
On 14 Sep 2010, at 07:17, Christian Sternagel wrote:
> Hi there,
> do I understand correctly that a lemma declared as [iff] is added as simplification rule (from left to right) as well as intro/elim rule?
> What happens with equations? What kind of intro/elim rules do I get from a lemma "A = B". More importantly, is it safe to declare a rule as [iff] (e.g., if I had two different characterizations of A, namely B and C, would it be safe to add [iff]: "A = B" and [iff]: "A = C" or does it depend on the weather afterwards, whether automation does still what I want)?
> best regards
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