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Art. 112. A lei tributária que define infrações, ou lhe comina penalidades, interpreta-se da maneira mais favorável ao acusado, em caso de dúvida quanto:

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II - à natureza ou às circunstâncias materiais do fato, ou à natureza ou extensão dos seus efeitos;

III - à autoria, imputabilidade, ou punibilidade;

IV - à natureza da penalidade aplicável, ou à sua graduação.

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I - à capitulação legal do fato;


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Art. 112. A lei tributária que define infrações, ou lhe comina penalidades, interpreta-se da maneira mais favorável ao acusado, em caso de dúvida quanto: I - à capitulação legal do fato; II - à natureza ou às circunstâncias materiais do fato, ou à natureza ou extensão dos seus efeitos; III - à autoria, imputabilidade, ou punibilidade; IV - à natureza da penalidade aplic

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almente a legislação tributária que disponha sobre: I - suspensão ou exclusão do crédito tributário; II - outorga de isenção; III - dispensa do cumprimento de obrigações tributárias acessórias. <span>Art. 112. A lei tributária que define infrações, ou lhe comina penalidades, interpreta-se da maneira mais favorável ao acusado, em caso de dúvida quanto: I - à capitulação legal do fato; II - à natureza ou às circunstâncias materiais do fato, ou à natureza ou extensão dos seus efeitos; III - à autoria, imputabilidade, ou punibilidade; IV - à natureza da penalidade aplicável, ou à sua graduação. TÍTULO II Obrigação Tributária CAPÍTULO I Disposições Gerais Art. 113. A obrigação tributária é principal ou acessória. § 1º A obrigação principal surge com a ocorrência do fato gerador







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Art. 112. A lei tributária que define infrações, ou lhe comina penalidades, interpreta-se da maneira mais favorável ao acusado, em caso de dúvida quanto:

I - à capitulação legal do fato;

II - à natureza ou às circunstâncias materiais do fato, ou à natureza ou extensão dos seus efeitos;

III - à autoria, imputabilidade, ou punibilidade;

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IV - à natureza da penalidade aplicável, ou à sua graduação.


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da quanto: I - à capitulação legal do fato; II - à natureza ou às circunstâncias materiais do fato, ou à natureza ou extensão dos seus efeitos; III - à autoria, imputabilidade, ou punibilidade; <span>IV - à natureza da penalidade aplicável, ou à sua graduação. <span>

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almente a legislação tributária que disponha sobre: I - suspensão ou exclusão do crédito tributário; II - outorga de isenção; III - dispensa do cumprimento de obrigações tributárias acessórias. <span>Art. 112. A lei tributária que define infrações, ou lhe comina penalidades, interpreta-se da maneira mais favorável ao acusado, em caso de dúvida quanto: I - à capitulação legal do fato; II - à natureza ou às circunstâncias materiais do fato, ou à natureza ou extensão dos seus efeitos; III - à autoria, imputabilidade, ou punibilidade; IV - à natureza da penalidade aplicável, ou à sua graduação. TÍTULO II Obrigação Tributária CAPÍTULO I Disposições Gerais Art. 113. A obrigação tributária é principal ou acessória. § 1º A obrigação principal surge com a ocorrência do fato gerador







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Art. 114. Fato gerador da obrigação principal [...]
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Art. 114. Fato gerador da obrigação principa é a situação definida em lei como necessária e suficiente à sua ocorrência.


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Art. 114. Fato gerador da obrigação principal é a situação definida em lei como necessária e suficiente à sua ocorrência.

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fiscalização dos tributos. § 3º A obrigação acessória, pelo simples fato da sua inobservância, converte-se em obrigação principal relativamente à penalidade pecuniária. CAPÍTULO II Fato Gerador <span>Art. 114. Fato gerador da obrigação principal é a situação definida em lei como necessária e suficiente à sua ocorrência. Art. 115. Fato gerador da obrigação acessória é qualquer situação que, na forma da legislação aplicável, impõe a prática ou a abstenção de ato que não configure obrigação principal. Art







A regular expression is a type of object. It can be either constructed with the RegExp constructor or written as a literal value by enclosing a pattern in forward slash (/) characters.

 let re1 = new RegExp ( "abc" ); let re2 = /abc/ ;

Both of those regular expression objects represent the same pattern: an a character followed by a b followed by a c.

When using the RegExp constructor, the pattern is written as a normal string, so the usual rules apply for backslashes.

The second notation, where the pattern appears between slash characters, treats backslashes somewhat differently. First, since a forward slash ends the pattern, we need to put a backslash before any forward slash that we want to be part of the pattern. In addition, backslashes that aren’t part of special character codes (like \n) will be preserved, rather than ignored as they are in strings, and change the meaning of the pattern. Some characters, such as question marks and plus signs, have special meanings in regular expressions and must be preceded by a backslash if they are meant to represent the character itself.

 let eighteenPlus = /eighteen\+/ ;

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s clumsy. But they are a powerful tool for inspecting and processing strings. Properly understanding regular expressions will make you a more effective programmer. Creating a regular expression <span>A regular expression is a type of object. It can be either constructed with the RegExp constructor or written as a literal value by enclosing a pattern in forward slash (/) characters. let re1 = new RegExp("abc"); let re2 = /abc/; Both of those regular expression objects represent the same pattern: an a character followed by a b followed by a c. When using the RegExp constructor, the pattern is written as a normal string, so the usual rules apply for backslashes. The second notation, where the pattern appears between slash characters, treats backslashes somewhat differently. First, since a forward slash ends the pattern, we need to put a backslash before any forward slash that we want to be part of the pattern. In addition, backslashes that aren’t part of special character codes (like \n) will be preserved, rather than ignored as they are in strings, and change the meaning of the pattern. Some characters, such as question marks and plus signs, have special meanings in regular expressions and must be preceded by a backslash if they are meant to represent the character itself. let eighteenPlus = /eighteen\+/; Testing for matches Regular expression objects have a number of methods. The simplest one is test. If you pass it a string, it will return a Boolean telling you whether the string conta




In a synchronous environment, where the request function returns only after it has done its work, the easiest way to perform this task is to make the requests one after the other. This has the drawback that the second request will be started only when the first has finished. The total time taken will be at least the sum of the two response times.

The solution to this problem, in a synchronous system, is to start additional threads of control. A thread is another running program whose execution may be interleaved with other programs by the operating system—since most modern computers contain multiple processors, multiple threads may even run at the same time, on different processors. A second thread could start the second request, and then both threads wait for their results to come back, after which they resynchronize to combine their results.

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Asynchronous Programming :: Eloquent JavaScript
xample, the data read from disk). We can compare synchronous and asynchronous programming using a small example: a program that fetches two resources from the network and then combines results. <span>In a synchronous environment, where the request function returns only after it has done its work, the easiest way to perform this task is to make the requests one after the other. This has the drawback that the second request will be started only when the first has finished. The total time taken will be at least the sum of the two response times. The solution to this problem, in a synchronous system, is to start additional threads of control. A thread is another running program whose execution may be interleaved with other programs by the operating system—since most modern computers contain multiple processors, multiple threads may even run at the same time, on different processors. A second thread could start the second request, and then both threads wait for their results to come back, after which they resynchronize to combine their results. In the following diagram, the thick lines represent time the program spends running normally, and the thin lines represent time spent waiting for the network. In the synchronous model,




Callbacks

One approach to asynchronous programming is to make functions that perform a slow action take an extra argument, a callback function. The action is started, and when it finishes, the callback function is called with the result.

As an example, the setTimeout function, available both in Node.js and in browsers, waits a given number of milliseconds (a second is a thousand milliseconds) and then calls a function.

 setTimeout (() => console . log ( "Tick" ), 500 );

Waiting is not generally a very important type of work, but it can be useful when doing something like updating an animation or checking whether something is taking longer than a given amount of time.

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map shows the nests and their connections: In an astounding example of convergent evolution, crow computers run JavaScript. In this chapter we’ll write some basic networking functions for them. <span>Callbacks One approach to asynchronous programming is to make functions that perform a slow action take an extra argument, a callback function. The action is started, and when it finishes, the callback function is called with the result. As an example, the setTimeout function, available both in Node.js and in browsers, waits a given number of milliseconds (a second is a thousand milliseconds) and then calls a function. setTimeout(() => console.log("Tick"), 500); Waiting is not generally a very important type of work, but it can be useful when doing something like updating an animation or checking whether something is taking longer than a given amount of time. Performing multiple asynchronous actions in a row using callbacks means that you have to keep passing new functions to handle the continuation of the computation after the actions. Most