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Yet zero times anything means no iterations of whatever the object is; whether that be a real number , an imaginary number or an undefined number.

Whatever it is I don't see how one can get away from the fact that what is specified is zero iterations of that number! So how can zero times anything not be zero?

Looked at from the other side, it means an infinite (that is an undetermined number) times nothing and however many times one iterates this process the answer must still be nothing (or zero)!