Does vim’s plug-in youcompleteme have the function of “finding all functions calling this function according to a function definition”?

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I just started using vim and installed youcompleteme. It is ok to jump to the function definition, but it seems that you cannot find out where the function was called according to the place where the function was defined.
Ask for help from the great gods. Is there any good solution?

Cscope is available to implement this function.
However, I only used this to develop C, and I am not sure how it supports other languages. lz can do some research by itself ~

However, due to the fact that vim’s ide features need to be implemented with third-party tools, they are not friendly.
Ide that supports vim editing mode is recommended to solve these problems.

Unless you write code directly on the server side. .