_n() with count of 0, returns the plurial form ??
When I use _n(‘apple’, ‘apples’, 0) for example, it gaves me the plurial form. I looked into the source (wp-includes/pomo/translations.php #269) and it checks if count equals to 1 instead of checking if it is lower or equal than one. Why?
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