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Spencer Hurrle3,128 Points
I'm progressing, but I don't understand the formatting
Challenge Task 1 of 2 asked about creating a DEBUG message, but I don't understand why we use all caps (logging.DEBUG) when passing it to basicConfig, but we use lowercase when debug is being passed a message. Are these the same methods or are they two different things in logging?
import logging logging.basicConfig(filename='cc.log', level=logging.DEBUG) # Write your code below here logging.debug("Message") logging.warning("The French have the Grail")
Steven Parker228,039 Points
The Python language is case-sensitive, and those are different things. The name "debug()" (lower case) is a method, and "DEBUG" (upper case) is a constant value.