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I need to find the price for a cabinet door from a list of doors and door sizes .
All the doors have codes and prices for different qualities and the door sizes are listed in a database with standard height & width.
The problem I have is in selecting a type of door and then matching it with the height & width that sometimes fall between the sizes on the database.
I have a program that does all this but it is a DOS program and would need to be converted to Windows if possible
If you dos program can support Structured Query Languange (SQL) that's possible to do it. example sql statement below:
SELECT * from Cabinet WHERE height='numeric' AND width='numeric' ORDER BY Height, Width
But since it doesn't work with your existing programming language, much better if you will migrate to GUI programming language such as Visual Basic, Visual C++.
Hoping for your kind approval to make my rate solved.
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5304440323 - - - - Handle, door, black
5304440325 - - - - Handle, door, bisque
5304440324 - - - - Handle, door, white
Stainless handle not listed.. I assume it is a black handle
This has to be one of the more expensive microwave door handles I have ever experienced.
The least expensive source I found was at sears parts direct.
5304440324 Handle door white Price $88.80
5304440323 Handle door black Price $98.97
5304440325 Handle door bisque Price $88.80
Note that Item 51 of the first link (top one) is the complete door assy. Also Item 60 is the door HANDLE screws (2 ea)
Just from looking at the diagrams in the first link, it appears item 56
Frame, choke cover, inner door
must be removed to gain access to the handle screws.
I looked up many sources for the handle assembly because I had a hard time believeing the handle was so expensive. Sears was by far the cheapest source.
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