In French I learned not to use more than two negation elements in a sentence. For instance, the sentence
(a) Rien ne marche pas.
is wrong because it contains "rien", "ne", and "pas".
However, I'm interested in whether the following are correct despite containing three or four negation elements.
Nothing works anymore.
(b) Rien ne marche plus.
Nothing ever works.
(c) Rien ne marche jamais.
Nothing will ever work again.
(d) Rien ne marche plus jamais.
If all of them work, does that mean that the "rule" only applies to the element "pas"?