The only blatant thing I can see is in the P bit. What if you avoid parens where it makes the code look prettier or more logical? I don't avoid them with a vehemence, but I do care about them. For example, I always parenthesize remotely complicated things, and sub calls with more than one argument. Anyway, here's mine. I think it's not too odd.
It=4 Os1 ;0 S,><.><+><**><=><&&><and>++<gt><==> B1 L1 C2 P0 N>e R2
Vl(en)c1a1p(s0h0a1)r0d2 Hsw1 main-sub
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