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Visual basic .net - Try Catch Ex.Exception get actual error number

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I have the following below and it shows a message like
404 not found
401 not authorized

How would I just get the error number?

Catch ex As WebException
            MsgBox(ex.Message)
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You could use the err object instead that gives err.number but I don't think you can use this in a try catch. You basically are going back to the vb6 way of error handling.
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