logging is the best module you can use in your code to log all the information you would need, for example, for debugging purpose. I use it extensively with any tool / program I write in Python.

The beauty of python is being able to use all those extensive APIs/modules that have already been developed over the years and work like a charm in your own code / program as needed. One nuisence though is some of them uses logging.StreamHandler which sometimes overrun your programs console output.

The quick solution to this nuisance is to disable that undesired logger by the following line of code:

logging.getLogger(*name_of_the_logger*).disabled = True

If you are not sure about the name of the logger that you would like to ignore, use the dictionary that contains all the loggers your program creates: logging.Logger.manager.loggerDict.