Reading Superscript and Subscript in .doc file using Apache poi?

Following example shows a way to read superscript/subscript from a docx file. Doc will be similar too.

package demo.poi;import org.apache.poi.openxml4j.exceptions.InvalidFormatException;import org.apache.poi.openxml4j.opc.OPCPackage;import org.apache.poi.xwpf.usermodel.VerticalAlign;import org.apache.poi.xwpf.usermodel.XWPFDocument;import org.apache.poi.xwpf.usermodel.XWPFParagraph;import org.apache.poi.xwpf.usermodel.XWPFRun;import org.junit.Test;import java.io.File;import java.io.FileInputStream;import java.io.IOException;import java.util.Iterator;public class DocReaderTest {    @Test    public void showReadDocWithSubscriptAndSuperScript() throws IOException, InvalidFormatException {        File docFile = new File("C:/temp/sample.docx");        XWPFDocument hdoc = new XWPFDocument(OPCPackage.openOrCreate(docFile));        Iterator<XWPFParagraph> paragraphsIterator = hdoc.getParagraphsIterator();        while (paragraphsIterator.hasNext()) {            XWPFParagraph next = paragraphsIterator.next();            for (XWPFRun xwrun : next.getRuns()) {                VerticalAlign subscript = xwrun.getSubscript();                String smalltext = xwrun.getText(0);                switch (subscript) {                    case BASELINE:                        System.out.println("smalltext, plain = " + smalltext);                        break;                    case SUBSCRIPT:                        System.out.println("smalltext, subscript = " + smalltext);                        break;                    case SUPERSCRIPT:                        System.out.println("smalltext, superscript = " + smalltext);                        break;                }            }        }    }}

[Solved]: git: 'lfs' is not a git command. See 'git --help'.

Debian:

$ curl -s https://packagecloud.io/install/repositories/github/git-lfs/script.deb.sh | sudo bash
$ sudo apt-get install git-lfs

macOS (Using Homebrew)

$ brew update
$ brew install git-lfs

Ubuntu

$ curl -s https://packagecloud.io/install/repositories/github/git-lfs/script.deb.sh | sudo bash
sudo apt-get install git-lfs

Windows

Use the Windows installer here: 

https://github.com/git-lfs/git-lfs/releases


After installing, you can install using:

git lfs install

conda cheat sheet

CONDA CHEAT SHEET
Command line package and environment manager
Learn to use conda in 30 minutes at bit.ly/tryconda
TIP: Anaconda Navigator is a graphical interface to use conda.
Double-click the Navigator icon on your desktop or in a Terminal or at
the Anaconda prompt, type anaconda-navigator
Conda basics
Verify
conda is installed, check version number
conda info
Update conda to the current version
conda update conda
Install a package included in Anaconda
conda install PACKAGENAME
Run a package after install, example Spyder*
spyder
Update any installed program
conda update PACKAGENAME
COMMANDNAME –help
Command line help
conda install –help
*Must be installed and have a deployable command,
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Create a new environment named py35, install Python 3.5
conda create –name py35 python=3.5
Activate the new environment to use it
WINDOWS:
activate py35
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conda env list
Get a list of all my environments, active
environment is shown with *
Make exact copy of an environment
conda create –clone py35 –name py35-2
List all packages and versions installed in active environment
conda list
List the history of each change to the current environment
conda list –revisions
Restore environment to a previous revision
conda install –revision 2
Save environment to a text file
conda list –explicit > bio-env.txt
Delete an environment and everything in it
conda env remove –name bio-env
WINDOWS: deactivate
Deactivate the current environment
macOS, LINUX: source deactivate
Create environment from a text file
conda env create –file bio-env.txt
conda create –name bio-env biopython
Stack commands: create a new environment, name
it bio-env and install the biopython package
Finding conda packages
Use conda to search for a package
conda search PACKAGENAME
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Installing and updating packages
Install a new package (Jupyter Notebook)
conda install jupyter
in the active environment
Run an installed package (Jupyter Notebook)
jupyter-notebook
Install a new package (toolz) in a different environment
conda install –name bio-env toolz
(bio-env)
Update a package in the current environment
conda update scikit-learn
Install a package (boltons) from a specific channel
conda install –channel conda-forge
(conda-forge)
boltons
Install a package directly from PyPI into the current active
pip install boltons
environment using pip
Remove one or more packages (toolz, boltons)
conda remove –name bio-env toolz boltons
from a specific environment (bio-env)
Managing multiple versions of Python
conda create –name py34 python=3.4
Install different version of Python in
a new environment named py34
Switch to the new environment that has
Windows:
activate py34
a different version of Python
Linux, macOS:
source activate py34
Show the locations of all versions of Python that are
Windows:
where python
currently in the path
Linux, macOS: which -a python
NOTE: The first version of Python in the list will be executed.
Show version information for the current active Python
python –version
Specifying version numbers
Ways to specify a package version number for use with conda create or conda install commands, and in meta.yaml files.
Constraint type
Specification
Result
Fuzzy
numpy=1.11
1.11.0, 1.11.1, 1.11.2, 1.11.18 etc.
Exact
numpy==1.11
1.11.0
Greater than or equal to
“numpy>=1.11”
1.11.0 or higher
OR
“numpy=1.11.1|1.11.3”
1.11.1, 1.11.3
AND
“numpy>=1.8,<2”
1.8, 1.9, not 2.0
NOTE: Quotation marks must be used when your specification contains a space or any of these characters: > < | *
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[Solved]: Module 'tensorflow' has no attribute 'contrib'

tf.contrib has moved out of TF starting TF 2.0 alpha.
Take a look at these tf 2.0 release notes 

https://github.com/tensorflow/tensorflow/releases/tag/v2.0.0-alpha0

You can upgrade your TF 1.x code to TF 2.x using the tf_upgrade_v2 script 

https://www.tensorflow.org/alpha/guide/upgrade

if you want o=to work on older version then you can specify that version with pip

$ pip install tensorflow==1.13.1