`INT_OF_REAL_THM : thm -> thm`

SYNOPSIS
Map a universally quantified theorem from reals to integers.

DESCRIPTION
We often regard integers as a subset of the reals, so any universally quantified theorem over the reals also holds for the integers, and indeed any other subset. In HOL, integers and reals are completely separate types (int and real respectively). However, there is a natural injection (actually called dest_int) from integers to reals that maps integer operations to their real counterparts, and using this we can similarly show that any universally quantified formula over the reals also holds over the integers with operations mapped to the right type. The rule INT_OF_REAL_THM embodies this procedure; given a universally quantified theorem over the reals, it maps it to a corresponding theorem over the integers.

FAILURE CONDITIONS
Never fails.

EXAMPLE
```  # REAL_ABS_TRIANGLE;;
val it : thm = |- !x y. abs (x + y) <= abs x + abs y
# map dest_var (variables(concl it));;
val it : (string * hol_type) list = [("y", `:real`); ("x", `:real`)]

# INT_OF_REAL_THM REAL_ABS_TRIANGLE;;
val it : thm = |- !x y. abs (x + y) <= abs x + abs y
# map dest_var (variables(concl it));;
val it : (string * hol_type) list = [("y", `:int`); ("x", `:int`)]
```