Candidates must know what to do when the compiler says 'Wrong Answer'.
If while taking a coding test
The test cases say 'Wrong Answer' after you have run your code, any of the following could be a possible reason:
- You have incorrectly interpreted the question and the logic used in your code is incorrect.
- You have not correctly debugged your code and your code still contains bugs.
- You have missed some corner cases of the problem statement, hence, all the test cases are not passed.
- You have used incorrect syntax.
- You have not used the brackets correctly.
- The indentation is incorrect.
- You have added unwanted print statements inside the code, which is altering the output.
- Your code has passed all the Sample test cases. However, it could not pass all the hidden test cases successfully.
Note: You can toggle the custom input button below the code editor to enter a custom input, based on the input requirements of the question, to debug your code.
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