FAQ: Logging in Python - Logging Errors and Messages

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How is using logger.warning different from logger.log(logging.WARNING, “”) when they both do the same thing and why is one being chosen over the other, please clarify the logic.

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This.

Furthermore, using the logger.INFO(level, msg) format (with logging.WARNING as the level and the message provided by the instructions) doesn’t even return the log message specified by step 3 of this lesson, yet the lesson module seems to consider it ‘correct’ anyway.

Currently, the only way to both get the output the lesson says we should get AND mark step 3 as correct is to use the logger.warning(msg) format. I think the site programmers need to do some debugging on this lesson.