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Capitalize IF and THEN for easier reading

Something I’ve been doing for awhile is to capitalize IF and THEN in a complex sentence, and to use colons and semi-colons to set them off. For example:

IF: A Product includes computer software, including for example software embedded in hardware; THEN: Reseller may not copy, disassemble, decompile, or reverse engineer the software, nor assist or knowingly permit others to do so, without Provider’s express prior written approval.

(Bold-faced emphasis added.)

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