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In C# how do you know a socket has disconnected?

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My C# server needs to know when a player disconnects (TCP), whether it be a clean disconnect or otherwise. I seem to be able to catch most of the clean disconnects because I get a Recieve with a length of zero from this call: NumberBytesReceived = m_Socket.EndReceive(asyn); NumberBytesReceived will be zero on a clean disconnect. However there''s times when the player disconnects but I don''t get this 0 byte receive, I get no data received, so i''m hoping there''s some other way to check?

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Does checking the Socket.Connected property work?

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Yah, that''d work, but I was hoping there was a system Message or something along those lines so I don''t have to sit there and poll the Socket.Connected member to see if it has gone false.

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