but I am not so sure about Randal's answer... it appears irrelevant to
the question at hand.
<skip> appears to be used to discriminate terminals in a production. I
don't think skip is going to affect or make a statement about the fact
that each sentence of the grammar terminates with a carriage return.
Any input into the way to structure a prd grammar so that it is clear
that each production is terminated by a newline is appreciated....
though I'm beginning to see the light myself:
program : statement(s)
statement : command arg(s) /[\n]/
args : /\d+/ | alphanum
alphanum : /[A-Za-z0-9/
Terrence Brannon, firstname.lastname@example.org