Future perfect tense – English editing.

A tense formed by will have or shall have followed by the Past participle:
She will have worked.
To predict that a future action will be finished by a particular time:
Key staff will have completed CC1 and CC2 training by April 1993.
To make deductions:
Jennifer will have had enough by now.
We’re sure club members will have worked very hard to make this event a great success.
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