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Date 2018-08-06.20:41:27
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In Python 3.6.3 I can do:

import logging
logger = logging.getLogger()
logger.setLevel(logging.INFO)
logger.info("this does not work")
logging.info("PARTY")
logger.info("this works")

And it outputs:

INFO:root:PARTY
INFO:root:this works


The line 
logging.info("PARTY") 
seems to add a handler which makes the last line work. This is very confusing behavior as it is not obvious that a call to "logging.info" mutates the state of the logging subsystem and affects subsequent logging calls.
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