None or more in Lezer notation

Lezer notation:

I am a bit unclear on how to write “none or more” with the Lezer notation. In EBNF notation, {thing} means “none or more of thing”. My inclination is to use * for Lezer – thing* – but that seems to mean “1 or more thing”.

EBNF notation (from Wikipedia):

How would I write “none or more” using Lezer notation?

No. + means one or more. *, as the docs you screenshot, mean any number, which is equivalent to “none or more”.

Thank you so much for the quick response. I think my uncertainty came from “any number of REPETITIONS” vs “any number of the term”. Repetition could imply that there is inherently something to repeat. I appreciate the clarification!