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the stats table is organized by call type. it's a single table that maps a number of steamapi_t functions to some table field. each call is self-contained, so all stats will appear in the same table and can be grouped by steam api function.

{steamAPI Unregistercallresult}


returns an array containing the count of all the times a given steamcalltype_t call has been called. the call parameter is a number indicating the call type, so a function call for the steamapi_callfriends_t call will be returned in a table with a row for every count of that call. the valid call types are:

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