Group multiple `use` directives in ``

Merge multiple `use` directives in `` into one directive.

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If you have multiple use directives in your file, you can merge them in a single one with a quick-fix.

How to use:

Place the cursor on a use directive, press ⌥⏎ (macOS) / Alt+Enter (Windows/Linux), and select Merge multiple use directives into one.

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