# Library AdditionalTactics

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A library of additional tactics.

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Require Export String.

Open Scope string_scope.

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"

`remember c as x in |-`

" replaces the term `c`

by the identifier
`x`

in the conclusion of the current goal and introduces the
hypothesis `x=c`

into the context. This tactic differs from a
similar one in the standard library in that the replacmement is
made only in the conclusion of the goal; the context is left
unchanged.
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Tactic Notation "remember" constr(c) "as" ident(x) "in" "|-" :=

let x := fresh x in

let H := fresh "Heq" x in

(set (x := c); assert (H : x = c) by reflexivity; clearbody x).

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`unsimpl E`

" replaces all occurence of `X`

by `E`

, where `X`

is
the result that tactic `simpl`

would give when used to evaluate
`E`

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Tactic Notation "unsimpl" constr(E) :=

let F := (eval simpl in E) in change F with E.

The following tactics call the

`(e)apply`

tactic with the first
hypothesis that succeeds, "first" meaning the hypothesis that
comes earlist in the context (i.e., higher up in the list).
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Ltac apply_first_hyp :=

match reverse goal with

| H : _ |- _ => apply H

end.

Ltac eapply_first_hyp :=

match reverse goal with

| H : _ |- _ => eapply H

end.

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The

`auto*`

and `eauto*`

tactics are intended to be "stronger"
versions of the `auto`

and `eauto`

tactics. Similar to `auto`

and
`eauto`

, they each take an optional "depth" argument. Note that
if we declare these tactics using a single string, e.g., "auto*",
then the resulting tactics are unusable since they fail to
parse.
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Tactic Notation "auto" "*" :=

try solve [ congruence | auto | intuition auto ].

Tactic Notation "auto" "*" integer(n) :=

try solve [ congruence | auto n | intuition (auto n) ].

Tactic Notation "eauto" "*" :=

try solve [ congruence | eauto | intuition eauto ].

Tactic Notation "eauto" "*" integer(n) :=

try solve [ congruence | eauto n | intuition (eauto n) ].

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This section was taken from the POPLmark Wiki
( http://alliance.seas.upenn.edu/~plclub/cgi-bin/poplmark/ ).

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Ltac move_to_top x :=

match reverse goal with

| H : _ |- _ => try move x after H

end.

Tactic Notation "assert_eq" ident(x) constr(v) :=

let H := fresh in

assert (x = v) as H by reflexivity;

clear H.

Tactic Notation "Case_aux" ident(x) constr(name) :=

first [

set (x := name); move_to_top x

| assert_eq x name

| fail 1 "because we are working on a different case." ].

Ltac Case name := Case_aux case name.

Ltac SCase name := Case_aux subcase name.

Ltac SSCase name := Case_aux subsubcase name.

## Example

One mode of use for the above tactics is to wrap Coq's

`induction`

tactic such that automatically inserts "case" markers into each
branch of the proof. For example:
Tactic Notation "induction" "nat" ident(n) := induction n; [ Case "O" | Case "S" ]. Tactic Notation "sub" "induction" "nat" ident(n) := induction n; [ SCase "O" | SCase "S" ]. Tactic Notation "sub" "sub" "induction" "nat" ident(n) := induction n; [ SSCase "O" | SSCase "S" ]. >> If you use such customized versions of the induction tactics, then the [Case] tactic will verify that you are working on the case that you think you are. You may also use the [Case] tactic with the standard version of [induction], in which case no verification is done. *)

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