Verdict Full Name Conditions
AC Accepted Your program outputted the correct answer and terminated normally.
WA Wrong Answer Your program didn't output the correct answer, but it terminated normally.
TLE Time Limit Exceeded Your program used too much CPU time or wall clock time.
The wall clock time limit is max(1.2 * TL, TL + 1s). Wall clock limit will not be triggered under normal circumstances, unless the judge server is under heavy load or your program paused by calling sleep().
MLE Memory Limit Exceeded Your program used too much memory.
Program that used too much memory would not necessarily get an MLE; see Memory Accounting Types for more details.
OLE Output Limit Exceeded Your program tried to extend a file (including stdout) larger than the output limit.
Note that this limit is placed on a per-file basis. There is also a limit of 2 * OL on the total output size, but this limit is enforced by setting the filesystem size and won't trigger an OLE; instead, the write operation will fail due to insufficient disk space. For example, if your program wrote too many bytes into stderr, you may get a WA because it can no longer write into stdout later.
RE Runtime Error Your program terminated by exiting with a non-zero status code.
SIG Runtime Error (killed by signal) Your program was killed by a signal.
Some common causes are invalid memory access (SIGSEGV, i.e. Segmentation Fault), division by zero (SIGFPE), uncaught exceptions in C++ (SIGABRT), and invalid instruction (SIGILL). Note that SIGXFSZ is excluded since it will be interpreted as OLE.
CE Compilation Error Your program failed to compile.
CLE Compilation Limit Exceeded Your program took too much time (> 60 sec) or memory (> 2 GiB) to compile.
ER Judge Compilation Error This is caused by failed compilation of the special judge program. If you see this, please contact the problem setter.
EE Execution Error These are caused by internal errors during the judging process. If you see them, please contact the site maintainer.
JE Judge Error