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Stiu ca sunt functii simple pe care le folosim mereu dar care este diferenta ditre cele doua functii de mai jos?



Si mai important de ce se folosesc aceste funtii cand putem folosi direct asa functia?



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CallRemoteFunction - ”Calls a public function in any script that is loaded.” - asta cheama o functie din orice script care e incarcat;

CallLocalFunction - "Calls a public function from the script in which it is used." - asta cheama doar din script-ul folosit.

De acel callMe nu stiu nimic.



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Apelarea directa o poti folosi cand stii daca functia respectiva exista si stii numele functiei la momentul compilarii. Este cea mai rapida metoda.

CallLocalFunction() o folosesti cand nu stii numele functiei la momentul compilarii; se apeleaza doar functia din modul curent (gm/fs). Este o metoda mai lenta pentru ca la fiecare folosire a CallLocalFunction, server-ul cauta in memorie zona alocata functiei pentru a o "chema".

Un exemplu al folosirii CallLocalFunction() este zcmd.

CallRemoteFunction() o folosesti cand nu stii numele functiei la momentul compilarii SI/SAU functia se afla in alt mod (gm/fs); se apeleaza toate functiile cu acest nume. Este lenta din acelasi motiv.

* Functiile "chemate" prin CallRemoteFunction() si CallLocalFunction() trebuie sa fie "forward-ate".

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