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Ravgeet Dhillon
Ravgeet Dhillon

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Logging in Python

When an application runs, it performs a tremendous number of tasks. A simple to-do app can have tons of tasks like - user logins, creating to-dos, updating to-dos, deleting to-dos, and duplicating to-dos. These tasks can result in success or may end up with some errors. Hence, there is a need to monitor events happening and analyze them to identify bottlenecks in the performance of the application. This is where logging is useful.

In this article, you'll learn how to create logs in a Python application using the Python logging module. Logging can help Python developers of all experience levels develop and analyze an application's performance more quickly.

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