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To start with Litcoder, we recommend going through the Litcoder user manual, which provides comprehensive guidance and instructions. You can access the user manual through this clickable link to the user manual or user tutorial. This manual/ tutorial will walk you through the essential steps to get started and make the most out of your experience with Litcoder.

● Run - checks if the code is functional or not, you will have to rewrite the code/ make the changes to make it functional.

● Save - saves your work done so far. You should do this frequently. Only saved submissions are evaluated.

● Next/Prev - allows you to navigate through each of the questions in the lab. Remember to 'Save' your work before navigating to the next/prev question.

● Submit Lab - Once you have completed all the questions of the lab, you can submit the lab for review. Once the lab is submitted, you will not be able to take the lab again. Only submitted labs are reviewed.

Labs enable you to practice coding in real time and identify the steps that you are performing successfully and those that you need to revisit and improve. All Litcoder practice labs and exercises are carefully curated for a range of problems and 3 levels of difficulties. You can practice using six popular scripting languages: C#, PHP, C++, Python, Java, and JavaScript.

On the other hand, contests include a plethora of programming challenges with differing levels of difficulty to assess your coding capabilities, within a certain timeframe.

The number of problems in each lab/contest can vary, but typically you can expect around 2-3 questions per lab/contest. However, the exact number of problems may vary from one lab/contest to another.

No, you are not required to complete the entire Lab/contest in one sitting. You can work on some of the exercises and remember to 'Save' your progress. If needed, you can close the lab/contest and then 'Resume' it later. However, once you 'Submit,' you won't be able to work on the lab/contest again, so make sure to complete and save/submit your work before closing. Do remember that contests are timed.

No, you cannot participate in a Lab/Contest using a mobile phone or tablet. Please ensure you use a Windows or desktop computer to access and engage in the Lab/Contest activities. The platform is optimized for use on these devices to provide the best user experience.

No, currently it is not required to enable a webcam and microphone for proctoring during a Lab/Contest.

A minimum dedicated bandwidth of 8 MBPS is required for using Litcoder effectively. However, it's recommended to have a broadband connection of at least 30 MBPS for an optimal experience. Ensure that this bandwidth is dedicated and not shared with others using the same network to ensure smooth usage of the platform.

To get the best results from the labs or contests assigned to you, allocate a dedicated time slot and ensure you can complete the work without any interruptions. This focused approach will help you achieve optimal performance and make the most out of the assigned tasks.

The reports are evaluated only when the lab/contest is marked completed - by clicking on 'Submit'. The report will be generated once you click on the submit icon. Reports are generated even if the lab/contest is not complete. Incomplete exercises will have an accuracy score of 0, but it will still have a quality score.

Yes, you can submit the lab/contest at any point, even if you haven't attempted any questions. The system will evaluate the lab/contest when you click on the submit icon and a report is generated accordingly.

Your ability to take up extra contests and labs depends on your subscription terms and plans. Please review your subscription details in the subscription panel to determine if you have access to additional activities.

Yes, the platform will still allow you to submit the code however it is important to remember to save your work before clicking on submit. Only click the submit button when you are certain that your code is complete and accurate.

At Litcoder, we have various proctoring measures in place to maintain and ensure integrity:

● Cut/Copy/Paste Proctoring: If you attempt to use cut, copy, or paste (Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V), a warning message will appear, informing you that such actions are not allowed during the test, and your activity is being monitored.

● Tab Proctoring: Switching between tabs in your browser is not permitted during the test. If you attempt to do so, a warning message will be displayed, indicating that this action is being monitored.

● Browser Window Proctoring: Switching to another application using Alt+Tab is restricted during the test. If you try to switch, a warning message will be shown, notifying you that this action is being monitored.

● Window Resize Proctoring: Resizing your browser window to a smaller size during the test is not allowed. If you attempt to resize, a warning message will appear, notifying you that this action is being monitored. We take these measures to maintain a secure testing environment for all users.

You can't restart, but you can pause and resume your work. Remember to 'Save' frequently as only the latest 'Saved' information is retained. Once submitted, you can't make further changes, so ensure completion before submitting.

The language for each lab, contest, or learning module is predetermined, and you cannot change it on the platform. These languages are assigned by your college/company's SPOC or Litcoder's SPOC.

If you're a college student or your assessment is assigned by a company, reach out to the relevant SPOC for assistance with language changes. If you don't fall into these categories, you can contact us at, and we'll assist you further.

Litcoder differs from other platforms by simulating real-world scenarios where you need to write and develop code without predefined test cases. Instead, you will receive guidance regarding input and expected output values to help you navigate your coding challenges.

Recruiters/ Colleges will get reports that help them understand your current Litcoder score & also inputs about ways in which they can further nurture and hone your skills.

Participating in Litcoder events is easy. Keep an eye on your email for updates and detailed instructions regarding event participation. You can also regularly log in and check your dashboard for event updates and the sign-up process. Stay tuned and engaged for exciting event opportunities!

Yes, at Litcoder, we prioritize the security of your data. We have implemented stringent measures and follow industry best practices to ensure your data remains safe and protected. Our platform utilizes encryption, access controls, and regular security assessments to safeguard your information and maintain a secure environment for all users. Rest assured that we take data privacy and security seriously.

Absolutely, you can resume your work. Simply click on the resume icon to continue from where you left off, even if your internet connection was interrupted during the coding process.

Generating a report typically takes between 24 to 48 hours. If you find that the report has not been generated within this time frame, we recommend reaching out to for assistance.

Unfortunately, no. Once you've submitted a contest or lab, it is considered final, and you cannot redo it. The submission concludes the contest or lab for you, and you won't have the opportunity to make any further changes or attempts.

These assessments are proctored, and it's important to note that any attempt to navigate out of the compiler window will trigger alerts. Alerts will be sent to your mentor and will also be displayed on your screen. It's advisable to remain within the compiler window to ensure compliance with the assessment guidelines and maintain the integrity of the process.

If you encounter any technical issues, we recommend reaching out to our technical support team at

You can expect a response and resolution within 24-48 hours after raising a technical issue.

Yes, you can cancel your subscription at any time. Simply go to your plan and payments panel and follow the necessary steps to cancel. Your cancellation will be processed accordingly.

To reactivate your account, login and navigate to the plan and payments panel. Follow the provided steps to reactivate your account and regain access to Litcoder services.

No, unfortunately, we do not have a refund policy in effect at this time. We recommend reviewing all the details and making informed decisions before purchasing any of our services. If you have further inquiries, please feel free to reach out to us, and we'll be happy to assist you.

We offer two types of reports: the Lite report and the Max report. The Max report provides detailed information, while the Lite report offers a summarized overview of your data. You can choose the report that best suits your needs.

Certainly! To view a sample report, click [here](link to lite report) to access the Lite report, or click [here](link to max report) to access the Max report. Explore the format and content to get an idea of what each report offers.