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 * Copyright 2011-2017 Fabien Michel
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package logging.ex01c_levels;

import java.util.logging.Level;

import madkit.kernel.Agent;

/**
 * We have seen how to log a message but it exists several ways to do it. So we will see another way to associate
 * different levels to messages and one of messages will not display at the screen. Here we show another method for
 * logging a message: Logger#log(Level, String). During the life of this agent, four messages are logged : two 'info'
 * messages and two 'config' messages. The last two will not be displayed. The next example of this tutorial explains
 * why...
 * 
 * 
 * 
 * 
 * 
 * @author Pascal Wagner
 */

public class MessageWithLevel extends Agent {

    @Override
    protected void live() {
       Level infoLevel = Level.INFO;
       Level configLevel = Level.CONFIG;
       String infoMessage = "This is an info message.";
       String configMessage = "This is a config message.";
       pause(2000);
       getLogger().info(infoMessage);
       pause(3000);
       getLogger().log(infoLevel, infoMessage + "\n\nThe two next config messages will not display at the screen.");
       pause(3000);
       getLogger().config(infoMessage);
       getLogger().log(configLevel, configMessage);
       pause(3000);
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {
       executeThisAgent();
    }
}