Conditional Perfect Tense (French)

Conditional Perfect Tense in French Conditionnel passé
One of Seven Complex French Verb Tenses

The conditionnel passé (past conditional) is used to express what would have taken place in the past had some other action, event, or situation occurred.

How does this compare to:
Simple Conditional Tense
and
Complex Conditional Perfect

Si j’avais un marteau – Claude François

Verb Tenses refer to various times (present, past, future)
Verb Moods correspond to different functions (indicative, infinitive, imperative)
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