1. For reference.

2. If there's an error when the program is run, I can see exactly where it occurred.

3. If part of the source member (or the whole thing) gets toasted, I can recreate it.

4. If the pgm isn't functioning as expected, I can compare the *PGM object timestamp to the latest compile listing.

5. Because I'm paranoid.

"Paul Nelson" <nelsonp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:mailman.902.1346942539.2683.midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx...
Why would you need to keep compile listings?

Paul Nelson
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