forced hypotheses are not attacked immediately
General Form: ACL2 !>:disable-immediate-force-modep
This event causes ACL2 to delay forced hypotheses to the next forcing round, rather than attacking them immediately. See immediate-force-modep. Or for more basic information, first see force for a discussion of forced case splits.
Disable-immediate-force-modep is a macro that disables the executable-counterpart of the function symbol immediate-force-modep. When you want to disable this mode in hints, use a form such as one of the following (these are equivalent).
:in-theory (disable (:executable-counterpart immediate-force-modep)) :in-theory (disable (immediate-force-modep))