Function CallRemoteFunction calls a public function in any script that is loaded.
CallRemoteFunction crashes the server if it's passing an empty string.

(function[], format[], {Float,_}:...)
string function Public function's name.
string format Tag/format of each variable.
{Float,_}:... 'Indefinite' number of arguments of any tag.

Return Values:
The value that the last public function returned.

Format Strings:
Placeholder Meaning
a Passes an array (the next placeholder should be d or i for the array size, so the function will be aware of it).<br>NOTE: It accepts only one dimension, so a trick like sizeof (array) + sizeof (array) * sizeof (array[]) for the array size would be needed to pass a 2D array.
c Passes a single character.
d, i Passes an integer (whole) number.
x Passes a number in hexadecimal notation.
f Passes a floating point number.
s Passes a string.

The values for the placeholders follow in the exact same order as parameters in the call.

forward CallMe(number, const string[]);
public CallMe(number, const string[])
    printf("CallMe called. Int: %i  String: %s.", number, string);
    return 1;
// Somewhere... in another file perhaps?
CallRemoteFunction("CallMe", "is", 69, "this is a string");

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