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What's the best way to put programming projects on a resume so employers can execute the code if you don't know how to make a website or app?

What I have tried:

For example, let's say you create a Sudoku solver. If you provide a link to the code on Github they cannot see it working so they don't know if it works. Is there anything better if you are not able to create a website?
Updated 10-Feb-23 15:51pm

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You don't. Nobody in their right mind is going to execute untrusted code from an untrusted source.

You post it in on Github and they can look at the code, but they will not execute it.
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S P 2023 11-Feb-23 10:48am    
Then what's the point of providing a link to the Github code in the project description as it's still untrusted? Should you just include a description?
Dave Kreskowiak 11-Feb-23 10:53am    
You're missing the point. The point to posting the code is for inspection of code quality and standards, not whether it actually functions.

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