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Problem with SCCS

I am having some problem while creating a new sccs file. During initial creation of the file the SCCS is not storing the file in actual format with the result that the SCCS file is different from my original file.
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Can you retrieve the file from SCCS though? The process does not just 'store your file', it stores a baseline version of your file that you can then work on and have a version history. You should be working on a checked-out version of the file, not looking at what SCCS has stored for itself.

Can you clarify what the problem is?



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