I don't think I would actually make them part of my resume, but you will want to submit them as an enclosure or attachment. Just make sure you some how direct the Personnel Manager's attention to the attachment/enclosure. This would generally be accomplished in your resume's cover letter.
Generally, the amount of code you submit would be indicated in an employer's solicitation for applicants.
I'd say don't include it unless they ask for it. They may have a very specific format of how they want it. Follow that format to the letter if it's provided. Otherwise, if they ask for a resume and a cover letter, just give them that. An attachment might not be the end of the world, but it may also get lost in the shuffle, particularly if it's an unsolicited resume to the HR department.
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