You are correct on the indirect definition an dit is defined at least in the above mention book as indirect object notation. I wonder what the Nomenclature the ->. Something interesting to look up while researching.

Thank you your notation makes the most sense in one line for what I was trying to do. And I didn't even want to play golf with it ;)

"No matter where you go, there you are." BB

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