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Visual Basic .Net, Need the Specific reason an IOException was thrown.

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Is there an equivilant to C's errno in catching an IOException in .Net? I have an app that tests for locks, and I want to make sure I am waiting because the error was a locking problem, not another problem ("Access Denied", etc.). I do not want to parse the error string (could change, not language independent) or retrieve process list and look for my file (too much CPU). Is there a feature of .Net that works like errno?

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