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Format if statement in a less clumsy way

Original code:
public Method(int readChunkSize, int writeChunkSize)
{
if ((readChunkSize < 1 && _readChunkSize != -1)) throw new ArgumentOutOfRangeException("readChunkSize");
}

Decompiled code:
if ((readChunkSize >= 1 ? false : this._readChunkSize != -1)) throw new ArgumentOutOfRangeException("readChunkSize");

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