For which?

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Apr 10, 2017 12:03
This is a English grammar we learn in high school and I see the use in many books. However, I have not used it in conversation or writing.

For instance, The map for which you are looking is on the table. This sentence is replaced by the map you are looking for is on the table if i am right.

So, why would you choose to first one instead of second one. Is it like personal preference?