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comment Is printing to console/stdout a good debugging strategy?
Regardless - yes I'll start looking logging frameworks :)
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comment Is printing to console/stdout a good debugging strategy?
I get that leaving some log statements in might be useful, for example if you have a production system you might want to be logging various important variables as they're used so if some error does crop up you can see immediately what happened in your production environment. However, for the context of development it seems messy. For example, you're writing your parsing function, and you haven't quite got your regex right - so you put in a series of log statements just to check what's going on, and eventually sort it out. I don't think it adds value going forward to leave them in.