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    yourself/for yourself

    R.W. Alexander Jesudasan, Principal, MCC, refutes all the hype that has been created and says, “We have no such rules. You can come and see yourself. We have told the students to refrain from wearing objectionable clothing and stick to a certain code of dressing required for higher education.”

    R.W. Alexander Jesudasan, Principal, MCC, refutes all the hype that has been created and says, “We have no such rules. You can come and see for yourself. We have told the students to refrain from wearing objectionable clothing and stick to a certain code of dressing required for higher education.”

    What the difference in the meaning "for" makes after adding with "yourself" ?
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    Re: yourself/for yourself

    There's no difference in meaning in this case.

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