Candidates write code based on suitable algorithms to provide a solution for a given problem statement. While creating a test, you can either use programming questions from HackerEarth's in-built library or create your own questions.
Programming problems help you assess the following skills:
Knowledge of computer algorithms
A candidate should have a good knowledge of algorithms to be able to provide a correct and efficient solution with the relevant input and output.
Program optimization skills
Determine whether a candidate knows how to code in terms of time and space complexities. An efficient solution is one which conforms to less time and space complexities.
Debugging is a real, practical application of technical skills, ability to analyze, and thought processes. Programming questions help you to assess whether a candidate can write bug-free, logical code.
Analytical and problem-solving abilities
Analytical and problem-solving abilities refer to the ability to gather data, break down a problem, analyze the output, and reach logical decisions. Using such questions in your test help you to assess whether a candidate can use the given information efficiently or not.
Proficiency in specific programming languages
You can restrict the programming languages that a candidate can use while writing code. This allows you to assess a candidate in specific languages based on your requirements.
- Creating custom programming questions
- Additional options in programming problems
- Uploading multiple test cases
- Code snippets
- Generating code snippets automatically
- Generating code snippets manually