The Natt Sequence is a mini-pattern used for executing LabVIEW code sequentially. It has multiple benefits over other sequential code constructs (like the Flat Sequence, the Stacked Sequence, or the Sequence Loop), including:
Self-documenting via the sequence enum
No extra tooling required, just edit the sequence enum to add/remove/modify/rearrange sequence steps
Code breakage when the case structure doesn't have frames for all steps defined in the sequence enum
Minimal extra code
Shift registers to share data between sequence steps
Optional early break with For Loop conditional terminal
The Natt Sequence template VI and its supporting VIM can be used in LabVIEW 2017 SP1 and later.
Note: The Enum to Array of Enums.vim ships with LabVIEW 2020 and later and is available in Quick Drop/palettes.