This guide has been developed to assist you in understanding various errors and warnings that may appear for coding questions in Summary and Detailed Post-Assessment Reports.
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- You will see this message if a candidate never runs their code or tests.
- The system will treat it as if the candidate didn’t attempt the question.
Note: If you still want to see the candidate's final code at the time of submitting the test or time expiration, you can manually run it to see how it performs.
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- You will see this message if a candidate has run their code or run tests but never hits submit on the question.
Note: At the time of test submission or the test timer expires, the system will run the latest version of the candidate’s code and use that to score the question.
The candidate did not manually submit any code. The last compiled version has been auto-submitted.
Terminated due to timeout
- Each of our languages has limitations for how long the candidate’s code can take to run test cases.
- For example, for Python, the code has to execute within 10 seconds. If the candidate’s code takes longer than permitted, the test case will fail and be marked with a “Terminated due to timeout” error.
- Candidates will also see this when running the test cases during the assessment.
Note: A full list of all the languages and their respective limits can be found in our Execution Environment Samples Candidate Support Page article.
Terminated due to timeout
- Seen when someone tries to access a candidate report to which they do not have access.
- For example, Tom is on Team A and tries to share a candidate report with Sara, who is on Team B. Since they are on different teams, Sara will not have access to the report.
Want to know more about team management and permissions? Check out our support page articles covering Teams Management.
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- Keystroke tracking is a feature that was released as part of a report UI update.
- If viewing a candidate report from before the update, you will see this message saying the question does not have playback.
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In some situations, you will see “Runtime Error” as the status of a test case in the candidate report.
At a high level, the Runtime Error means the candidate's code wasn't able to run properly because of an error in their code.
Below are two examples that could come up in the test cases, but there are many other situations this error may show up.
In the first example, this is a Python error where something in their code is being converted to an integer, but the value they passed in, in this case, the word '99.95', is giving an error. This is a common error with a few ways to fix it, and the candidate would see the “ValueError” in the test cases during their assessment, which lets them know the test case isn’t passing and it’s due to this error which they have to fix.
The second example says the function "get_command_results" is expecting two specific arguments, but the candidate's code hasn't passed them into the function, so the code cannot run. Similar to the above, the candidate would be aware of this during the test and should take the proper steps to fix the errors.