You can make Sage evaluate a given Python expression by running `sage -c <your-command>' from command line. However, it seems that the`

-c` parameter can only be given once. How do I make sage evaluate several commands in succession then?

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You can make Sage evaluate a given Python expression by running `sage -c <your-command>' from command line. However, it seems that the`

-c` parameter can only be given once. How do I make sage evaluate several commands in succession then?

You can make Sage evaluate a given Python expression by running `sage -c `

from command line. However, it seems that ~~<your-command>' ~~<your-command>~~the~~the `-c`

~~-c` ~~ parameter can only be given once. How do I make sage evaluate several commands in succession then?

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