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Could you explain to me which structure was used in this sentence in the following passage.

I developed into a very different person than I would have done had I stayed in Australia...

Should it be written also like :

I developed into a very different person than I would have done if I had stayed in Australia...

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"If I had" and "had I" mean the same thing and are completely interchangeable. The only difference is "had I" is more formal. They are both past perfect conditional.

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