How to pass arguments to bash shell script when executing that command with at?

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http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have a shell script that accepts an argument and uses that in the script. So to run the script I type /path/to/script argument The problem is when trying to setup that file to run using the at utility. I have tried at -f /path/to/script argument 17:45 at -f '/path/to/script argument' 17:45 but neither of these options work. First one receives a syntax error and the second says no such file Any suggestions? (HowTos)