Logging in Python – with function names, line numbers, command line -v -d and aliases v(), d()

Logging is tells you what’s going on when your run and often avoids useless comments. Log messages give you a real time feeling what’s happening in the program. And your advanced users might want to run ‘supercommand –debug’, too. This … Continue reading

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