How to run a program
Some test items will require you to run a program or to
execute it. To execute a program, click the
Run button on the bottom-left of the editor.
How to use the code renderer
The code renderer is where you can find code that you can run or edit. In some cases, the code renderer is read-only. When a renderer is read-only, you can view the code but you cannot make changes to it.
In some cases, the code renderer is editable. You may modify or add to the code it contains in order to answer a question.
Whether the renderer is editable or not, the cue is in the questions.
If a question requires you to only execute a program, then the code cannot be edited. The purpose of a non-editable renderer is to show you how a code works when you execute it.
Sometimes, a code may generate an error message. That is perfectly fine. The purpose of an incorrectly written code is to get you used to identifying where the error lies. Being able to understand an error message is the first step towards fixing a code.
Run button to execute the program. The renderer above is non-editable.
If a question requires you to correct or edit a code, then the code in the renderer can be edited. To edit a code in a renderer, click the character or line that you want to edit.
Click the render to select the area or character that you want to edit.
How to answer a single-selection question
For a single-selection question, simply click the answer you choose. You do not have to click the radio button itself. Clicking on the answer is enough to select it.
How to answer a multiple selection question
To select multiple answers, click on the answers that you want to choose. You do not have to click checkboxes themselves. Clicking on the answer is enough to select it.
When you have selected all the correct answers, you will immediately proceed to the next question.