I haven't used SCCS in years and cannot recommend it. You're therefore stuck with reading the man pages. Sorry.
Neither. I'd use CVS.
I've been using CVS since about 1995. CVS (Concurrent Versioning System) is a wonderful front-end to RCS that allows concurrent edits. I love it, and if you like RCS, you will too. CVS allows you to operate on entire hierarchies of files, rather than a single file at a time. I also use the client/server capabilities of CVS to keep my environment the same on the various hosts throughout the Internet where I have accounts. Many Internet software projects use CVS and provide anonymous access, so you can easily check out and view the software.
Sure, see my CVS references.
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