I've heard that either the singular or plural can be used after "no" depending on the context. For example, "he has no wife" but not "he has no wives". However, I am still confused about which is correct?
A1. I have no comment.
A2. I have no comments.
B1. I have no comment on the paper.
B2. I have no comments on the paper.

What about the following?

C1. He has no children.
C2. He has no child.
D1. I have no problem.
D2. I have no problems.
E1. I have no problem with the suggested arrangement.
E2. I have no problems with the suggested arrangement.

Is it true that plural is more common if the context is not very clear?
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