Changing variable name in Spyder

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I am working on a program with many formulas and variables. I need to change the name of some of these variables. Is there any command or function in Spyder that can help me change all the names in one step?

For example, in Matlab we have - MAIUSC+ENTER. Is there anything similar to that?
Apr 24 in Python by ana1504.k
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Right now there is no particular solution to it. It is an open issue.
answered Apr 24 by SDeb
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