In my view, we can use the word "NO" to substitute "NOT" to express a bit stronger negation. For example, "He is no singer." put a bit emphasis on negative, compared with "He is not a singer."
But how about this sentence: He has not come to New York? Can we put "He has no come to New York" in order to make a bit stronger negation? If not, how can we put?
Are there any other ways that can also be suggested?
My bounty is mainly for the question: "I'd like to know if "He has not come to New York whatsoever." would make a bit stronger negation than "He has not come to New York."?"