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The “if” and “else” selection statements allows a program to proceed to the next step. You can see this process happening almost everywhere in today’s technology. The “if” portion tells the program the “cin” was true and the “else” portion tells the program if the “cin” was false. For example, a person types their password to log into an email account. If the password was right, the program proceeds to the following page that displays the inbox and all other email options. If the password was wrong, or else, then the program will display an error page or a try again page.