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Is there any tool to convert:

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
using namespace foo;
using namespace bar;

namespace foo
{
  int foo_value() { return 5; }
}

namespace bar
{
  const double bar_var = 3;
  double bar_value() { return 2*bar_var; }
}

int main () {
  cout << foo_value() << '\n';
  cout << bar_var     << '\n';
  cout << bar_value() << '\n';
  return 0;
}

to

#include <iostream>

namespace foo
{
  int foo_value() { return 5; }
}

namespace bar
{
  const double bar_var = 3;
  double bar_value() { return 2*bar_value; }
}

int main () {
  std::cout << foo::foo_value() << '\n';
  std::cout << bar::bar_var     << '\n';
  std::cout << bar::bar_value() << '\n';
  return 0;
}

I want to remove using namespace and use the full name for the functions and variables for each namespace.

Visual Studio Intellisense has code completion and I wanted to see if it can automatically replace for example foo_value() with foo::foo_value() in the source code. If not, is there any tool with such capabilities? The provided example is just to explain the question. In fact, I have a project with multiple source/header files, which I would like to use the tool for.

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