Print statements can only do so much. You also need to log to files if you want to debug something that is in production. That is why in this series of videos we'll show you how to set up logging for your project and to also show you how it works.
We've made a small change to the
Important: do not name this file
import logging logger = logging.getLogger(__name__) # the handler determines where the logs go: stdout/file handler = logging.StreamHandler() # the formatter determines what our logs will look like fmt = '%(levelname)s %(asctime)s [%(filename)s:%(funcName)s:%(lineno)d] %(message)s' formatter = logging.Formatter(fmt) handler.setFormatter(formatter) logger.addHandler(handler) # you can change this line to see different lines being logged logger.setLevel(logging.WARNING) logger.debug('this is a debug statement') logger.info('this is a info statement') logger.warning('this is a warning statement') logger.critical('this is a critical statement') logger.error('this is a error statement')
One thing to remember is that there is an order to the loglevels. If the
loglevel is set to
INFO then it will show all the
INFO-level logs as
well as all the logs that are more critical (
If you want to show everything then it's best to set the level to
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