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938 Theorem test_map : run (map (fun x => Return (S x)) (1 :: 2 :: 3 :: nil)) 938 Theorem test_map : run (map (fun x => Return (S x)) (1 :: 2 :: 3 :: nil))
939 (2 :: 3 :: 4 :: nil). 939 (2 :: 3 :: 4 :: nil).
940 exists 1; reflexivity. 940 exists 1; reflexivity.
941 Qed. 941 Qed.
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943 (** One further disadvantage of [comp] is that we cannot prove an inversion lemma for executions of [Bind] without appealing to an %\emph{axiom}%, a logical complication that we discuss at more length in Chapter 12. The other three techniques allow proof of all the important theorems within the normal logic of Coq. 943 (** One further disadvantage of [comp] is that we cannot prove an inversion lemma for executions of [Bind] without appealing to an _axiom_, a logical complication that we discuss at more length in Chapter 12. The other three techniques allow proof of all the important theorems within the normal logic of Coq.
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945 Perhaps one theme of our comparison is that one must trade off between, on one hand, functional programming expressiveness and compatibility with normal Coq types and computation; and, on the other hand, the level of proof obligations one is willing to handle at function definition time. *) 945 Perhaps one theme of our comparison is that one must trade off between, on one hand, functional programming expressiveness and compatibility with normal Coq types and computation; and, on the other hand, the level of proof obligations one is willing to handle at function definition time. *)