Question 1:
I find the following integral formula from "Table of integrals" but I do not
know how to derive it.
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\int^{\infty}_{0} \frac{\ln (x)}{\cosh^2(x)} dx = \psi(\frac{1}{2}) + \ln(\pi),<br />
where  \psi is the Digamma function.

Question 2:
How to get the answer for the slightly modifed integral:
<br />
\int^{\infty}_{0} \frac{\ln (x)}{\cosh^2(x+a)} dx = ?<br />