Conversion to perform multiplication on two integer literals of type :real.
The call REAL_INT_MUL_CONV `c1 * c2` where c1 and c2 are integer literals
of type :real, returns |- c1 * c2 = d where d is the canonical integer
literal that is equal to c1 * c2. The literals c1 and c2 may be of the
form &n or -- &n (with nonzero n in the latter case) and the result will
be of the same form.
Fails if applied to a term that is not the product of two permitted integer
literals of type :real.
# REAL_INT_MUL_CONV `&6 * -- &9`;;
val it : thm = |- &6 * -- &9 = -- &54
The related function REAL_RAT_MUL_CONV subsumes this functionality, also
applying to rational literals. Unless the restriction to integers is desired or
a tiny efficiency difference matters, it should be used in preference.