<p>I can't seem to find where it differentiates between the 99-10x courses. I know there is 99-101 and 99-102 but which one is PC and which one is Mac?</p>

<p>...this may be the best thing I've read all day. You use the cluster PCs for your c@cm class, not your personal laptop. The class is always the same regardless of the section or time :)</p>

<p>Ah... i see. I feel somewhat embarrassed haha. At least i've provided some enjoyment. Thanks for the info.</p>

<p>Actually in 2008 there were sections set aside for Mac Users...but it doesn't appear that on SOC that is the case any longer.</p>

<p>But then it's unclear why there are two different classes noted?
99101 vs. 99102...which might imply one of those is in fact for MAC although it's not noted in the course description.</p>

<p><a href="https://enr-apps.as.cmu.edu/open/SOC/SOCServlet?Formname=GET_CLASSES&SUBMIT=Retrieve+Schedule&SEMESTER=F10&GRAD_UNDER=All&MINI=NO&DEPT=CMU%5B/url%5D"&gt;https://enr-apps.as.cmu.edu/open/SOC/SOCServlet?Formname=GET_CLASSES&SUBMIT=Retrieve+Schedule&SEMESTER=F10&GRAD_UNDER=All&MINI=NO&DEPT=CMU&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>One is M/W, the other is Tues/Thurs.</p>