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Normally, the Present Perfect is used to express non-completed actions or completed actions that you may repeat in the future. However, there are exceptions.
In the following case the Present Perfect expresses a completed action which has happened recently and you can use “just” in order to emphasize that concept:
Q: “Are you having breakfast with us today?”
A: “No thanks, I’ve just had it.”