There is no difference between them. You can use either one of those prepositions. There's no meaning difference, and there doesn't seem to be a rule as to when to use one of them or the other.Dear Sir or Madam:
Please advise if "conform with" is right in this context:
Islam made the provisions and principles of treaties. These provisions guarantee that treaties conform with the Islamic Sharia’ and the aims for which making treaties has been sanctioned.
thanks a million
Well, here's what this native speaker feels...Not at all, Huda.
It is a question, really. Why do the things go that way? What does a native speaker feel when he make a choice between the to and the with?