Did you say "command"?  Is the utility front ended by a command?  Are all 
uses of the utility through the command, or does someplaces call the 
program called by the command directly and bypass the command?
Because, if you are frontended by a command, and all uses of the program 
are through that command, and, you aren't RTNVAR, then it should be a no 
brainer to change the utility command and the program called by the 
utility command.  You can test this by having a cl program execute a 
command that calls another program.  Change the command and the CPP to a 
new size and see if your program that uses the command fails.  Bets are 
that it won't.

Rob Berendt

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