Java Log() Method



The log() process of Logger has been utilized to Log a communication. If the logger is now allowed for the given message height which is bypassed as limit then a matching LogRecord is created and forwarded to entire the registered Output Handler objects. The technique returns the natural logarithm of the argument.


double log(double d)


Here is the detail of parameters −

  • d − Any primitive data type.

Return Value

  • This method returns the natural logarithm of the argument.


public class Test { 

   public static void main(String args[]) {
      double x = 11.635;
      double y = 2.76;

      System.out.printf("The value of e is %.4f%n", Math.E);
      System.out.printf("log(%.3f) is %.3f%n", x, Math.log(x));

This will produce the following result:


The value of e is 2.7183
log(11.635) is 2.454

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