Hey everyone,
I'm quite new to Protocol Buffers and don't really have a background on the 
theme, so pardon me if this sounds absurd or if this is not the right forum.

With that out of the way, if I'd like to transfer say, a method, from the 
server to execute on the client. Is that possible at all using the `bytes` 
type or something similar?

The issue being that in an ideal world I'd like to run a method on the 
server with the arguments provided by the client and get it back resolved 
for injection.

As a silly example, something like this, in JS:

const privateMethod = (x) => x * x
const publicMethod = (elementId, y) => document.getElementById(elementId).

server.publicMethod("root", 3)

Is it possible to transfer the `publicMethod` itself from the server for a 
later execution triggered by the client and having the side effects also on 
the client? My idea here being basically to be able to create an 
application in one service in an isolated way and inject it on another 
service that doesn't have to know any details of its implementation details.

Thanks for your help!

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