There is no method of telling if a unconverted program.  There is a command
called  CHKOBJINT.  Check object integerity.  That command was intended to
do exactly what you were asking, FIND NONTRANSLATED PROGRAMS.  When testing
some programs for my Object Conversion Tool I discovered that the author of
the tool was not told to bypass some IBM programs on the list.  Therefore,
if you run the command you will get a buch of junk in the file.  A good
deal of IBM LPPs that are being shipped on RISC have CISC code., ie
performance tools.  Therefore, when you execute one of these programs, you
will see the message about "converting to 64byte".  You would have to strip
out all LPPs from and file.

Peter H.O'Connor
PAE Inc.
978-744-8612(T)
978-745-7945(F)
E-Mail 102736.3535@compuserve.com
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