You will have worked tonight.

Which auxiliary verb should I change to before subject? will or will have?

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    I've heard "Will have you worked tonight?" form before, but only towards people named Will.
    – Neil
    Nov 24 '17 at 11:02

Will you have finished your report by next Tuesday's meeting?

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