Updating a source member and adding a bunch of lines will re-sequence the line numbers by default.
Turning re-sequencing *OFF lets us clearly see added, deleted or changed blocks of code. We can set this on the exit line of SEU and also if using RDi to do changes, there is an option to NOT re-sequence the lines.
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