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how to throw exception

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I want to throw exception dynamically. This what I want
to do

For example I want to throw System.Net.WebException
exception.
I will know the full exception name at run time, can I
create a exception and throw it.

I know how to do it if we hardcode the exception

System.Net.WebException oExp = new System.Net.WebException
()
throw(oExp);

But in my application I will know the Assembly name
(System.Net.WebException) of the Exception at runtime, so
I need to create a exception dynamically and throw it,

Is it even possible to do it?
Jul 19 '05 #1
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