I'm attempting to shutdown a socket, but the framework that I'm inheriting an Interface from already contains an implementation of a "shutdown" method. Therefore, I am unable to call "shutdown" for the socket.
How can I fix this? I originally tried looking for a namespace it may have been included under, but true to form for Microsoft, there is none (Although I imagine it's for C compatibility?)
Is there a way to prevent my code from looking in the base files for the the method? I can't override the base shutdown method as that's just pointless. I guess I could write a class to wrap the socket stuff up in, but that seems pretty pointless for what is at the end of the day, a very simple call.