run the given instructions, halting once there is a ``failure''
Major Section: PROOF-CHECKER-COMMANDS
Example: (do-all-no-prompt induct p prove)
General Form: (do-all-no-prompt &rest instruction-list)
Do-all-no-promptis the same as
do-all, except that the prompt and instruction are not printed each time, regardless of the value of
print-prompt-and-instr-flg. Also, restoring is disabled. See the documentation for