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matching zero or one occurrence in syntax-rules

Hi -

matching zero or more occurrences is quite easily done in syntax-rules
with ellipses, but how to match zero or one occurrence?  So far I
found that I have to write separate rule for each or use syntax-case/
with-syntax to do custom processing to handle the logic - my question
is: are there tricks/techniques/best practices for matching zero or
one occurrences that remove the need to write separate rules?


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