methods listed above, but this is how to log at custom log levels.
:func:`getLogger` returns a reference to a logger instance with the specified
it is provided, or ``root`` if not. The names are period-separated
+if it is provided, or ``root`` if not. The names are period-separated
hierarchical structures. Multiple calls to :func:`getLogger` with the same name
will return a reference to the same logger object. Loggers that are further
down in the hierarchical list are children of loggers higher up in the list.
Application code should not directly instantiate and use instances of
:class:`Handler`. Instead, the :class:`Handler` class is a base class that
-defines the interface that all
Handlers should have and establishes some
+defines the interface that all andlers should have and establishes some
default behavior that child classes can use (or override).