The arguments to the jstrigger object may be either constants or expressions. Constants are numbers or symbols. For each constant, an outlet will be created, and the constant value will be sent out the corresponding outlet when the object receives a message in its left inlet. For example, jstrigger with the arguments would send out the right outlet, followed by out the middle outlet, followed by out the left outlet.
For each expression, an outlet will be created, and the value of the expression will be sent out the corresponding outlet when the jstrigger object receives a message in its left inlet.
Note that any use of semicolons or commas in an object box require a preceding backslash (\) character, otherwise you will see the following error message in the Max Console and the object will not be created:
* error: object box has comma or semicolon
In addition, it is strongly recommended to use single quotes (') rather than double quotes to define string literals. The use of double quotes can produce unexpected results in jstrigger when the object is saved and recreated in a patcher.
Common Box Attributes
When the jstrigger object receives a message in its inlet, the expressions are evaluated from right to left and their results are sent out the corresponding outlets from right to left.