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AC: Accepted
Verdict
Accepted
Acronym
AC ()
Meaning
Your program seems correct. That is, your program did not crash with any test case (either public or private), it was fast enough compared to the Jutge's solution, and its output for every case always matched the output of the Jutge's solution. For most problems, the match must be strict, although a few statements concede some flexibility.
PE: Presentation Error
Verdict
Presentation Error
Acronym
PE ()
Meaning
Your program seems 'almost correct'. That is, your program did not crash with any test case, it was fast enough compared to the Jutge's solution, and its output for every case always (nearly) matched the output of the Jutge's solution. Except for some small mismatches, your program would get an AC. Check for additional or missing empty lines, additional or missing spaces, tabs (none of our problem's output has tabs), and distractions related to lowercase and uppercase letters.
WA: Wrong Answer
Verdict
Wrong Answer
Acronym
WA ()
Meaning
Your program is not correct. Although your program did not crash with any test case, it was fast enough compared to the Jutge's solution, and it did not print any invalid character (see IC), at least one of its outputs for some test case did not match the output of the Jutge's solution. The mismatches considered here are significant, worse than those of a PE.
IC: Invalid Character
Verdict
Invalid Character
Acronym
IC ()
Meaning
Although your program did not crash with any test case, and it was fast enough compared to the Jutge's solution, at least one of its outputs for some test case includes some 'strange' character, which is neither a tab (that should never be printed anyway), nor a mark of end-of-line, nor any character with ASCII code in the range 32-126. Perhaps your program prints characters with accents or alike.

In the case of graphic problems, IC means that the output graphic was not generated or that its width or its height are incorrect. Check the creation of file output.png and check its size.

EE: Execution Error
Verdict
Execution Error
Acronym
EE ()
Meaning
Either your program was aborted by the Jutge, or your program crashed. In the former case, for at least one test case your program is too slow, or perhaps it would never stop. The most common reasons for the latter case are trying to access an invalid memory reference, using too much memory (the recursive stack included), using too much time (or having an infinite loop), floating point exceptions, and printing too much output.
CE: Compilation Error
Verdict
Compilation Error
Acronym
CE ()
Meaning
Your program did not compile correctly. Perhaps you chose the wrong compiler when you submitted your program. Or maybe you are asked for some procedure, struct or class, and your program does not strictly follow the given specifications.
NC: Noncompliant Solution
Verdict
Noncompliant Solution
Acronym
NC ()
Meaning
Your solution does not follow the requirements given in the problem statement. For instance, you may have used explicit forbidden constructs.
Pending: Pending Submission
Verdict
Pending Submission
Acronym
Pending ()
Meaning
The Judge has not yet fully analized your program. Either your submission is currently being analized, or it is waiting in the Jutge's queue, or the Jutge's queue is down. In the first and second case, just wait for a moment and your program will be judged. Sorry if it is the third case.
SE: Setter Error
Verdict
Setter Error
Acronym
SE ()
Meaning
The solution provided by the problem setter (the problem author) is incorrect. This should normally not happen, and it is not your fault in anyway. Please kindly request the problem author to repair this problem. Please do not contact the Judge maintainers but the problem author him/her-self.
SC: Scored
Verdict
Scored
Acronym
SC ()
Meaning
In a few problems, submissions receive a score (usually in the [0...100] range). An scored submission is considered Accepted when it receives the maximal score.
IE: Internal Error
Verdict
Internal Error
Acronym
IE ()
Meaning
The Judge had an unexpected internal error caused by a bug. This should never happen, and it is not your fault in anyway. We will try to arrange this problems as fast as possible. You do not need to contact us. Sorry.
FE: Fatal Errors
Verdict
Fatal Errors
Acronym
FE ()
Meaning
The Judge could not address this submission after several trials. Consider it dead.
ID: Independence Declaration
Verdict
Independence Declaration
Acronym
ID ()
Meaning
The Want, Will, and Hopes of the People.