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In what situation “you will have shown” can't be substituted with “you will show”?

My point is whether there is such a context, in which "you will show" would really change the meaning if it is substituted for "you will have shown".
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Verb Forms and Their Usage

What is meant by "present perfect", "past perfect", and "future perfect" verbs? How can I identify them or know which is which?
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Future perfect progressive

When is the future perfect progressive used? I am trying to understand in which cases it should be used, but I cannot find any practice examples of sentences using that tense. I will have been ...