We look for optimal algorithms in your solutions. Every problem has a time limit with respect to its optimal solution. If your code could not produce the required output within the set time limit, you get a “Time Limit Exceeded” error. Test cases get progressively larger, so it is common for a naive solution to pass the first few (smaller) test cases and then fail when confronted with the bigger ones.
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- Scoring system for re-submission
- Solving UI / UX and Mobile problems
- How to give a coding test
- How to give an Android Test
- Going full-screen mode during assessment
- I’m not able to see question and images? What should I do?
- I don't understand the problem statement, what should I do?
- My code is getting compiled in my local IDE, but throws compilation error when I run it in DoSelect’s IDE
- How can I check my solution in IDE?
- Error “Time Limit Exceeded”, what to do?