In very early versions of Mathematica it was possible to execute a
Mathematica file (called, say, myfile.m) from the command line during
startup by issuing:
math -run "<< myfile.m"
The drawback of such an approach is that the output is sent to a command
line window which has poor graphics capabilities. Is it possible to
execute a file myfile.m from the command line while sending the output
to a Mathematica notebook for visualization? If so, how would this be