In Visual Studio Code, we can select a word and press CMD+D to select other occurrences of the word. Then we get multiple cursors in all these occurrences. When we type something, we get the same text on all these cursors. One stone many birds!
Install the Multiple cursor case preserve plugin. It’ll preserve the case at each cursor when we change the text. This makes it super easy to change things that are in camelCase.
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