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Who is an interrogative pronoun and is used in place of the subject of a question. Who can also be used in statements, in place of the subject of a clause.
Whom is also an interrogative pronoun, but it is used in place of the object of a question. And whom can be used in statements, in place of the object of a clause. Whom is always the correct choice after a preposition.

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