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Python provides an in-built logging module which is part of the python standard library. So you don’t need to install anything. To use logging, all you need to do is setup the basic configuration using logging.basicConfig(). Actually, this is also optional.

The Python library, math, comes with a function called log (). The function takes two parameters: The base to use. An interesting aspect of this function is that the base is an optional value. If no value is provided, the value defaults to e, meaning that by only provided a number, you are automatically calculating the natural logarithm.

The Python library, math, comes with a function called log (). The function takes two parameters: The base to use. An interesting aspect of this function is that the base is an optional value. If no value is provided, the value defaults to e, meaning that by only provided a number, you are automatically calculating the natural logarithm.

The following are the variants of the basic log function in Python: The math.log2 (x) function is used to calculate the logarithmic value of a numeric expression of base 2. The math.log (x,Base) function calculates the logarithmic value of x i.e. numeric expression for a particular (desired) base value.