I wrote the following sentence
We use a subset of XPath axes which are relevant for our purpose.
To check its validity I searched the phrase in google (I always do that trick)
- "which are relevant for our purpose " : 62000 results
- "which are relevant to our purpose " : 122000 results
Then I doubt which of the phrases is correct or if they mean differently?
When can "to" and "for" be used alternatively?