The difference between "having seen and seeing"?

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I am disappointed in not having seen any stage plays while I was in New York on vacation.

 

I wonder why we use having seen? Is that present perfect tense?

 

Can we use "seeing"  instead of " having seen"?

I am disappointed in not seeing any stage plays while I was in New York on vacation.

grammar asked Feb 23 at 16:01 nature New member

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