Month: November 2021

Comparison of price of Big King XXL (Burger King) in the world in EURO

I made this article in a purpose to know the cost of living across the world, this has not been made for commercial purpose and has been made for real analytic results on the cost of living.


Menus - Photo de Burger King, Villars - Tripadvisor



Burger King Germany Price list / Menu - Joy Della Vita

MENU BIG KING XXL : 8.49 EUR (-0.31 EUR, -3.5%)


MENU BIG KING XXL : 469.99 RUB = 5.63 EUR (-3.17 EUR, -36%)


Burger King Tanger MENU 2021 | Livraison à Domicile | Les meilleurs  Restaurants à Tanger- EAT.MA

MENU BIG KING XXL : 65 DHS = 6.23 EUR (-2.57 EUR, -29.2%)


İstanbul Havalimanı'nda Burger King | Gökyüzü Haberci

MENU BIG KING XXL : 67 TL = 5.84 EUR (-2.96 EUR, -33.6%)


Burger King Menu, Menu for Burger King, Eur, Roma

MENU BIG KING XXL : 7.40 EUR (-1.4EUR, -15.9%)


MENU BURGER KING XXL : 199 CZK = 7.89 EUR (-0.91 EUR, -10.3%)

Import / Export MySQL Workbench tables in Google Cloud SQL database

If you have a database on Google Cloud and you want to import and export some tables to another database, you will need a database explorer to export your .SQL backup.

Export the tables you want in database

Google Cloud interface only allow to export all a database or a specific database, but not tables

As you can see you don’t have the option to select tables.
To do so, you will have to connect the database with a SQL explorer.
In MySQL Workbench you should go in Server > Data Export

Then you should be able to select the tables you want

select Export to Self-Contained File to have a .SQL file

Import the SQL file to Google Cloud

You will need to upload the SQL file to Google Cloud in order to import it. In order to do it, go to Google Cloud > Cloud Storage, create the bucket if it doesn’t exist yet :

create the bucket dedicated for SQL, with random numbers, to have a unique name
Upload the SQL file generated by MySQL Workbench

Then, you can go on Google Cloud > SQL > Import

Select the SQL file from the bucked and select the database you want the tables to be imported

And then you should have imported successfully the tables on the selected database. You should check it in Operations

In case of errors, check the error in Operations, and modify the .SQL file with a text editor, search the error in the SQL file and remove the lines, and repeat the process (upload it again to Google Cloud Storage and import the SQL file again)