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Conditional not met, does the code still get checked?

This is probably a really newbie question but I never went deeper than debugging my program to confirm it. Wondering if there is some behind the scenes technical thing to it.

When a conditional check is not met does the program indeed skip all the code in conditional's code block? Or does it somehow go over the containing code lines whether the condition is met or not?
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