I am studying real analysis and trying to convert some of the rather wordy theorems into flashcards. Some of the theorems have names and so it's easy to make a flashcard that just asks that I state the main hypotheses of the theorem and the conclusions. Further, I can make flash cards that state the hypotheses for a particular theorem and asks me to follow through with the statement of the conclusion; or ones that state a given conclusion and asks me the hypotheses under which the conclusion holds.
My problem is that I am most stuck with theorems that are not named, are relatively long or that have relatively uninformative hypotheses for instance, "Let $f:A\rightarrow B$ be a continuous function, then ...". A hypothesis like that can easily apply to dozens of theorems.
Does anybody have any experience with making flashcards for learning mathematics or any ideas about how to overcome these problems?