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When you need to create any list in code there is a very easy way to make the list quickly reorderable. The solution is to use an enum, which is nearly a list in itself. Each entry in the enum represents a number, by default it is one more than the previous entry in the enum. When the order is just hardcoded, it can be time consuming when you need to move the entries of your list around. If you use an enum, then simply by changing the entry in the enum, your list will update automatically.