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I have an ignorant/dumb question about coax cables

First off, if this is the wrong forum please delete and I apologize.

I just rearranged my room and now the coax cable won't stretch far enough to screw into my Xfinity cable box. So now I will drill a hole through the floor to bring the cable up through the basement closer to the box... but the current cable that's installed still won't stretch far enough, obviously....

SO, my question is, is there just some sort of coax extension cable I can get with the connectors already on, so I can screw one end into my existing coax cable, and the other end into the cable box? Sorry I know this is a really dumb question.
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A coax barrel connector would do

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+1. I've used them in the past and have not noticed and signal degradation.
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