let x be Element of SCM-Instr ; :: thesis: for mk being Nat
for ml being Element of SCM-Data-Loc
for I being Element of Segm 9 st x = [I,<*mk*>,<*ml*>] holds
( x cjump_address = mk & x cond_address = ml )

let mk be Nat; :: thesis: for ml being Element of SCM-Data-Loc
for I being Element of Segm 9 st x = [I,<*mk*>,<*ml*>] holds
( x cjump_address = mk & x cond_address = ml )

let ml be Element of SCM-Data-Loc ; :: thesis: for I being Element of Segm 9 st x = [I,<*mk*>,<*ml*>] holds
( x cjump_address = mk & x cond_address = ml )

let I be Element of Segm 9; :: thesis: ( x = [I,<*mk*>,<*ml*>] implies ( x cjump_address = mk & x cond_address = ml ) )
reconsider mkk = mk as Element of NAT by ORDINAL1:def 12;
assume A1: x = [I,<*mk*>,<*ml*>] ; :: thesis: ( x cjump_address = mk & x cond_address = ml )
then consider mk9 being Element of NAT such that
A2: <*mk9*> = x `2_3 and
A3: x cjump_address = <*mk9*> /. 1 by Def6;
<*mk9*> = <*mkk*> by A1, A2;
hence x cjump_address = mk by ; :: thesis:
consider ml9 being Element of SCM-Data-Loc such that
A4: <*ml9*> = x `3_3 and
A5: x cond_address = <*ml9*> /. 1 by ;
<*ml9*> = <*ml*> by A1, A4;
hence x cond_address = ml by ; :: thesis: verum