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Passing negative parameters to a wolframscript

I have found the solution myself. In fact it is similar to the other answer by Syed. I have found that ( and ) have a special ...
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Passing negative parameters to a wolframscript

With a minor change to the script: arg=ToExpression/@Most@Rest@$ScriptCommandLine; file=Last[$ScriptCommandLine]; Export[file,arg]; Use: ...
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Is there a way to make WolframScript give outputs as a single line?

You should use InputForm: ...
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Way to stop reading script file based on conditions, without an "if" block wrapping the entire file

A more WL-like way of doing this, would be to write a function that makes the definitions and put a condition on that function. Something like: ...
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