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Which is correct, “you and I” or “you and me”?
When do I use “I” instead of “me?”

Could you please explain more in an answer, so that I and other developers would use benefit.

Could you please explain more in an answer, so that me and other developers would use benefit.

Which one is correct? Why?

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Not really that difficult and almost nothing to explain :)

"I would benefit." + "Other developers would benefit." = "I and other developers would benefit."

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