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print the most recent proof attempt from inside the proof-checker
Major Section: PROOF-CHECKER-COMMANDS

Example and General Form: sp

Print the most recent proof attempt from inside the proof-checker, assuming
that you haven't left the proof-checker loop and subsequently saved output
(see set-saved-output). This includes all calls to the prover, including
for example proof-checker commands `induct`

, `split`

, and `bash`

,
in addition to `prove`

. So for example, you can follow `(quiet prove)`

with `pso`

to see the proof if it failed.

See documentation for the similar proof-checker command `pso!`

for
including proof-tree output. Also see set-saved-output for a general
discussion of the output-saving mechanism.