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Often I see に used with verbs like わかる or できる, such as

私{わたし}の気持ち{きもち}があなたに分かる{わかる}ものか

What is the function of に here? How would that differ from using が for example? I've tried searching it up and I've seen things like it's to avoid a second が and that the noun preceding に has to be a person, but I'm not exactly sure either.

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