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Execute both if and else Statements in C++ Simultaneously

There is not possible to execute both the if and else statements simultaneously because they are designed to be mutually exclusive. In an if-else statement, the program will execute either the if block or the else block, depending on the condition provided in the if statement.

Here’s an example:

C++
#include <iostream>

int main() {
    bool condition = true;

    if (condition) {
        std::cout << "This is the 'if' block." << std::endl;
    } else {
        std::cout << "This is the 'else' block." << std::endl;
    }

    return 0;
}

In the code above, if the condition is true, the program will execute the statements inside the if block. If the condition is false, it will execute the statements inside the else block. It is not possible for both blocks to execute simultaneously; they are designed to be mutually exclusive based on the condition.

If you want certain actions to occur in both branches of the if-else statement, you will need to duplicate those actions in each branch, or you can refactor your code to move the common code outside of the if-else statement so that it can be executed regardless of the condition.

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