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Tip for future reference, u r = You are or You're plz = please and thnx = thanks. Text speak is hard to read, and commands given, are usually the only shortened thing written in that fashion to avoid confusion among users. So if you could spell out your words, That would be most helpful.
You may find this link to your liking, it tells what to do, then follows with an example: BASIC USAGE CVS
Or if you are looking for something more specific, Elaborate on what you have posted so far:
I would like to learn CVS, but i'm facing some problems...
As indicated by Tink, if you encounter problems/errors you need to be more descriptive in your posts and at least let us know what is it you don't understand. If you just want to learn CVS, although better to learn git, SVN, Mercurial as pointed out already, then follow the link above.
That's easy! Follow the link I posted above, read one of the user guides listed there and apply what you've learned. When you have problems following a guide found online, that's when you turn to LQ for anwers. Nobody here is going to hold your hand if you don't want to put in some work first.