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Petko DraganovCourses Plus Student 2,005 Points
Log "The French have the Grail" as a WARNING level message.
I know im close to true but ... almost
# Write your code bel import logging logging.basicConfig(level=logging.WARNING) logging.warning("The French have the Grail")
You were not supposed to remove the logging level from DEBUG because when you set the warning level at DEBUG it allows the logger to know what level they should start paying attention to in terms of the messages, we want the logger to see all levels of logging messages so we start at DEBUG. Also without specifying the filename when you run your script it will not know what needs to be DEBUGGED. So this should pass the test, I'm also still learning so i hope my explanation was okay.
logging.basicConfig(filename='cc.log', level=logging.DEBUG) logging.debug("oh no") logging.warning("The French have the Grail")