By prepending a Shebang line to a SPARQL query file and making this file executable, the query file can be treated as an executable script. As an example, here is a simple text file with a generic SPARQL query which counts all triples in all graphs and outputs an ordered list:
In order to make a SPARQL script out of this text file you need to add the following line on top of this file:
This will set cmemc as an interpreter for the rest of the file and by using the query execute command, the rest of the file will be used as a SPARQL query.
Now you need to define your SPARQL file as executable and run it:
$ ./count-graphs.sh graph,triples https://vocab.eccenca.com/shacl/,1796 https://vocab.eccenca.com/dsm/,736 https://vocab.eccenca.com/sketch/,395 https://ns.eccenca.com/example/data/dataset/,233 https://ns.eccenca.com/example/data/vocabs/,128 urn:elds-backend-access-conditions-graph,97 https://ns.eccenca.com/data/queries/,32 http://di.eccenca.com/project/cmem,7