Python has a standard logging module called
logging. This is used frequently in Python applications and systems, including by many other Python modules, etc. jabaldonedo is correct in that Python is a programming language not an Operating System, so its approach to logging is going to be different. However, the
logging module is probably closest to what you’re looking for.
Here’s a link to recipes relating to how its used: docs.python.org/2.7/howto/logging-cookbook.html
You are confusing things, logcat is as defined in the Android documentation as a tool for collecting operating system messages, it has nothing to do with programming.
The Android logging system provides a mechanism for collecting and viewing system debug output. Logs from various applications and portions of the system are collected in a series of circular buffers, which then can be viewed and filtered by the logcat command
So obviously there is nothing similar in Python, just because Python is not a OS, it is a programming language.
Don’t mix things! Android is the operating system, you write apps in a programming language like Java.
If you want to generate logging messages, then Python gives you the
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