require completion of instructions; save error if inside
Major Section: PROOF-CHECKER-COMMANDS
Example: (finish induct prove bash)Run the indicated instructions, stopping at the first failure. If there is any failure, or if any new goals are created and remain at the end of the indicated instructions, then consider the call of
General Form: (finish &rest instructions)
finishto be a failure. See proof-checker-commands and visit the documentation for
sequencefor a discussion of the notion of ``failure'' for proof-checker commands.