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Would it be:

Having studied late at night, he slept.

Or something else?

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    Neither the sentence in the title nor the examples in the text make much sense. Can you give us more context about where you found them?
    – mdewey
    Jun 26 at 12:23
  • Ok corrected and edited now. And got reply from jeff
    – Florida
    Jun 26 at 18:56
  • They have different meanings. The example in the title means they happened at the same time. The example in the body of the question means he slept because he studied late at night
    – gotube
    Jun 29 at 2:08
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Studying late at night, he slept

does not make any sense because the actions were not concurrent.

Having studied late at night, he slept

is grammatical, but not common. In English, we tend not to rely solely on tense to specify sequence. So more common would be

After studying, he slept.

The sequence is specified without any need for a perfect construction.

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