I have a set of numbers in notepad that I want to import into Mathematica as a list. I could do this manually, but it will take forever, and my hands are getting tired. My issue is that I'm trying to get these numbers into mathematica, but when I copy and paste everything into mathematica, there are multiplication symbols in between the spaces. Aside from having to delete all those symbols, I would have to also add commas. There are a lot numbers and it isn't practical.
I would like the end result to look like this (using arbitrary numbers):
EDIT: I was able to import the raw data (without any multiplication symbols). All I did was call
Import[(file path here)].
It looks sort of like this now (sample data using arbitrary numbers):
43 454 757 34 90
34 74 43 86 23
34 65 03 54 51
65 6 52 64 54
54 65 74 54 50
Now I just need to turn this numbers into a list.