# Loogle!

## Result

Found 74 definitions mentioning Real, HMul.hMul, Real.instMul, Real.sqrt and instHMul. Of these, one matches your pattern(s).

- Real.mul_self_sqrt 📋 Mathlib.Data.Real.Sqrt
`{x : ℝ} (h : 0 ≤ x) : √x * √x = x`

## About

Loogle searches Lean and Mathlib definitions and theorems.

You can use Loogle from within the Lean4 VSCode language extension
using (by default) Ctrl-K Ctrl-S. You can also try the
`#loogle`

command from LeanSearchClient,
the CLI version, the Loogle
VS Code extension, the `lean.nvim`

integration or the Zulip bot.

## Usage

Loogle finds definitions and lemmas in various ways:

By constant:

🔍`Real.sin`

finds all lemmas whose statement somehow mentions the sine function.By lemma name substring:

🔍`"differ"`

finds all lemmas that have`"differ"`

somewhere in their lemma*name*.By subexpression:

🔍`_ * (_ ^ _)`

finds all lemmas whose statements somewhere include a product where the second argument is raised to some power.The pattern can also be non-linear, as in

🔍`Real.sqrt ?a * Real.sqrt ?a`

If the pattern has parameters, they are matched in any order. Both of these will find

`List.map`

:

🔍`(?a -> ?b) -> List ?a -> List ?b`

🔍`List ?a -> (?a -> ?b) -> List ?b`

By main conclusion:

🔍`|- tsum _ = _ * tsum _`

finds all lemmas where the conclusion (the subexpression to the right of all`→`

and`∀`

) has the given shape.As before, if the pattern has parameters, they are matched against the hypotheses of the lemma in any order; for example,

🔍`|- _ < _ → tsum _ < tsum _`

will find`tsum_lt_tsum`

even though the hypothesis`f i < g i`

is not the last.

If you pass more than one such search filter, separated by commas
Loogle will return lemmas which match *all* of them. The
search

🔍 `Real.sin, "two", tsum, _ * _, _ ^ _, |- _ < _ → _`

woould find all lemmas which mention the constants `Real.sin`

and `tsum`

, have `"two"`

as a substring of the
lemma name, include a product and a power somewhere in the type,
*and* have a hypothesis of the form `_ < _`

(if
there were any such lemmas). Metavariables (`?a`

) are
assigned independently in each filter.

The `#lucky`

button will directly send you to the
documentation of the first hit.

## Source code

You can find the source code for this service at https://github.com/nomeata/loogle. The https://loogle.lean-lang.org/ service is provided by the Lean FRO.

This is Loogle revision `791b5a0`

serving mathlib revision `dcd0c54`