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How do I get the current value of "errno"

P: n/a
I know that there's os.strerror to get the error string, and the errno
module gives me all of the mappings like 34 -> ERANGE. But I have yet
to find out how to check the value of errno in a Python script.

If I'm missing something obvious, please tell me. But I've been using
Python for about six years now, and I never have found out how to do
this.

Thanks a lot.
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Steve Juranich
Tucson, AZ
Jul 18 '05 #1
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