Just to add to what Chris said, it is not only useless, but it is effectively impossible (with the current state of information).
Bind is versatile -probably, too versatile- and is capable of being set up for a very wide variety of configurations. Even if I ignore the trivial (changing IP addresses) you can probably get to 10e6 different configurations from a pure 'combinations of config variables' approach. Given that the likelihood is that something like (10e6 - 1) of those are going to be useless or harmful to you, it really isn't something that is worth doing.
If you still want to try that kind of approach, buy/borrow the Bind Cookbook O'Reilly/Liu (I think). Otherwise read DNS and Bind (again, O'Reilly/Liu and someone else whose name I should remember).
In many use cases, something other than Bind is easier to set up, is more efficient and can be less buggy and less of a maintenance headache. But you have chosen Bind, which is a bit of a 'Swiss Army Knife' solution, so there are probably good reasons for not pursuing alternatives.