Creating a coding question

Created by Shubham Kumar, Modified on Thu, 18 Apr 2024 at 11:09 AM by Shubham Kumar

1. Go to your dashboard and click on the below button,

(More Options) button next to your profile.  

  2.Select the Library option to view, edit or create questions in the library.

 3. Click on the button to Create a new problem. This will open a modal for you.

  1. In the opened model, Enter the problem name (Eg. Java MCQ problem).
  2. Choose the Coding option from the drop-down list as problem type.
  3. Choose from the three difficulty levels - Easy, Medium, Hard.
  4. Click on create button, this will open the next page.
  5. Select the evaluation mode. To know more about the evaluation mode, click here.
  6. Click Create, this will take you to the next page.
  7. Enter problem definition in the description section and follow the checklist for your guidance.
  8. Enter the Execution time limit. It is the maximum time in which a given program must read, process, and output the result for an input file.
  9. Select the programming language in which you want candidates to code. (Eg. Java 7, Java 8)
  10. Click Add new in the test cases section, this will open a new modal, where you can use of Upload button to attach input and output test cases.
  11. Click on Add new button in the stub section to attach boilerplate code for a solution.
  12. Make use of Tags to organize your problems. (Eg. Java tag can be used to organize all the java problems which you have created).
  13. Click Save problem.  
  14. Once you have saved a problem, a blue tick mark ( ) appears next to it. Your problem is now ready for use.

Important: If you don’t choose any programming languages then by default all the 23 programming languages will be enabled for the candidate to code.

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