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35.2.5.Log finest, finer, config, warning ans severePrevious/Next
import java.util.logging.Logger;

public class Logging {

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    Logger log = Logger.getLogger("global");

    log.finest("A");
    log.finer("B");
    log.fine("C");
    log.config("D");
    log.info("E");
    log.warning("O");
    log.severe("A");
  }
}
35.2.Log Level
35.2.1.Use different logging level
35.2.2.Setting the Log Level of a Logger
35.2.3.Getting the Log Level of a Logger
35.2.4.Creating a Custom Log Level
35.2.5.Log finest, finer, config, warning ans severe
35.2.6.Determining If a Message Will Be Logged
35.2.7.Comparing Log Levels: To compare the severity of two logging levels, use Level.intValue().
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