Quand faut-il mettre un pluriel après un mot indiquant l'absence d'un élément?
I've always wondered, should one pluralize nouns when the count of the particular item is 0, but there is a clear possibility of having more? Here is an example:
Il y a deux sites web.
Il y a un site web.
Il y a zéro sites web.
It seems to me that only when the count is 1 that the noun shouldn't be pluralized, but I might be wrong. I also recently read an article for programming a pluralization function (albeit for English) that talked about the same rule.
I am French Canadian if it makes any difference.