This will heavily depend on what the content and the format of the text in the files. It may be easy or it may be hard (time consuming). MySQL has import from text file feature but you need to tell it what the delimiter characters and the columns are etc. In any case, I think you can import them into MySQL but you may have to do quite a bit of work to get the files to the format suited for a (useful) import.
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