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I just watched an American TV show and a guy say you'd have to lay on the cold floor and stuck your fingers.

Actually, I thought 'would have to' means potential future but in this sentence, it is not used that way.

if this sentence is simply changed into 'used to lay on the cold floor', they still have the same meaning?

and when do you usually use would have to expression?

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I just watched an American TV show and a guy say you'd have to lay on the cold floor and stuck your fingers.

Actually, I thought 'would have to' means potential future but in this sentence, it is not used that way.

if this sentence is simply changed into 'used to lay on the cold floor', they still have the same meaning?

and when do you usually use would have to  expression?
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