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Location: Kraków, Poland
The @@ label implementation in fasm 1 is in the parser stage before the actual assembly takes place and therefore it is not affected by IF conditions. The "@B" in your sample refers to the second "@@" regardless whether the line later is assembled or not.
You can look at it as if the parser created an unique name for each @@ label (like what fasm's preprocessor does for LOCAL labels) and this is how your sample then looks like to the assembler:
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