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Future Perfect Tense

Use the future perfect tense to express states or actions that will have come to an end before a specific point in the future. To form the future perfect, use the auxiliaries will have and the past participle of the following verb.

By the end of the seventh or eighth day of operations, the rover will have accomplished many of its primary experiments.

--NASA, The Mars Pathfinder Mission Plan (modified)

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