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Log is the verb, in describes where you are logging. Login is what you type when you are logging in.

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When used as a verb, use log in to

When used as an adjective, use log-in

When used as a noun, use login

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When you log in to the system, verify that you have the correct log-in information. My login is johndoe.

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