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Being a PHP Lumberjack (23 Mar 2005)
The type of logging you do depends on the nature and scope of the application at hand. For small one-off applications, simplified logging is fine. But for larger scale code, itís worth it to put a little extra work into adding logging code that is executed or whose output is displayed only under certain conditions (like when a flag is toggled). You might also consider implementing different log levels, so that logging statements are given priority, with only high priority logs printed by default. Whatever implementation you choose, I think youíll find that putting a little time into understanding how to log efficiently will save much time and frustration in the future.
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