I am printing Python exception messages to a log file with logging.error:
except ZeroDivisionError as e:
logging.error(e) # ERROR:root:division by zero
Is it possible to print more detailed information about the exception and the code that generated it than just the exception string?
Using exc_info options may be better, to allow you to choose the error level (if you use exception, it will always be at the error level):
# do something here
except Exception as e:
Hope this works!!
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