(note: there were lots of unrelated messages interspersed among these, I've taken them out to emphasize the important bits)
[21:02:19] Alcom Isst: Subjective C
[21:11:44] Will Kirkby: then there's the absolutely spectacularly amazing Adjective C
[21:11:59] Will Kirkby: Ejective C, which throws out any code it doesn't like
[21:12:08] Will Kirkby: Projective C, which makes its voice heard
[21:12:14] Triangle717: Is Adverb C or Interjection C a real language?
[21:12:17] Will Kirkby: and Ineffective C, which is entirely useless.
[21:12:42] Noghiri: Ineffective C is only known to us because it was used for the driver handlers in Vista, XP x64, and Windows ME.
[21:13:24] Will Kirkby: @Le: no, since they don't match /[A-Z][a-z]*ective C/
[21:13:56] Will Kirkby: it's worrying how many non-programming uses I find for regex
[21:18:41] Noghiri: Overprotective C never segfaults.
[21:19:25] Will Kirkby: Introspective C runs entirely using reflection
[21:19:32] Noghiri: Retrospective C requires you to actually use FORTRAN
[21:20:52] Triangle717: While Protective C enables every possible error handler ever.
[21:21:17] Triangle717: Reflective C likes compiling old projects
[21:21:58] Triangle717: And Respective C is oh so polite.
[21:23:22] Noghiri: Prospective C is just a bunch of specs awaiting finalization
[21:26:08] Triangle717: Introspective C inspects itself.
[21:26:35] Triangle717: Elective C voted to not get involved
[21:26:55] Triangle717: Defective C was Dead on Arrival.
[21:38:47] Noghiri: Ablative C is really good at making dust clouds
[21:38:58] Noghiri: Capacitive C holds things for later use
[21:39:16] Noghiri: Causative C is what all things come from
[21:39:41] Noghiri: Disruptive C shouts at you when you're trying to explain something.
... then I made a bit of unix magic ...
[22:23:16] Will Kirkby: grep "tive$" /usr/share/dict/words | sed -e "s/\b\(.\)/\u\1/" | sed "s/$/ C/"
[22:26:25] Will Kirkby: have a list of programming languages.
[22:27:04] Triangle717: Hypersensitive C drinks way too much coffee.
[22:27:12] Will Kirkby: Unproductive C doesn't drink enough coffee
[22:27:27] Will Kirkby: Seductive C is my kinda language
[22:27:27] Triangle717: Illustrative C: FLOWCHARTS FLOWCHARTS FLOWCHARTS
[22:28:42] Triangle717: Imaginative C comes up with ideas that canot be done.
[22:29:58] Triangle717: Multiplicative C: You have an error, error, error, error.
[22:30:36] Triangle717: Narrative C tells you absolutely everything it is doing in every single step during compiling and debugging.
[22:31:57] Will Kirkby: Primitive C, also known as "C"
[22:31:58] Triangle717: Insensitive C does not care if you forget to declare the type.
[22:32:21] Triangle717: Locomotive C, Laxative C
[22:32:24] Triangle717: I can't even...
[22:32:59] Noghiri: Locomotive C is a special application for European railway lines and will be coming soon to European Railway Simulater 2016.
[22:33:15] Triangle717: Manipulative C likes seducing you into doing it the way its wants.
[22:33:41] Triangle717: Informative C also tells you what it is doing, but it is actually meaningful.
[22:34:14] Triangle717: Incentive C had to bribe you to use it.
[22:34:53] Triangle717: Administrative C tells the other Cs how to act.
[22:35:05] Noghiri: Ablative C jumps in the way of rockets.
[22:35:17] Noghiri: It's also used for the armor code in Unreal.
[22:35:21] Triangle717: Acquisitive C buys out other languages.
[22:35:36] Noghiri: Inquisitive C kills cats.
[22:36:10] Triangle717: Affirmative C assures you everything is OK.
[22:36:39] Triangle717: Creative C: for the artists in your life
[22:37:02] Noghiri: Negative C is the slowest language on the planet and keeps telling you you're wrong.
[22:37:23] Triangle717: Digestive C is actually MiraLAX.
[22:37:52] Triangle717: Figurative C uses lots of examples.
[22:38:10] Triangle717: Hyperactive C makes your CPU usage bounce.
[22:38:26] Triangle717: Hypersensitive C: "DON'T DO THAT!!!!!!!!"
[22:39:15] Noghiri: Psychoactive C is usable in designer antipsychotics
[22:39:36] Triangle717: Nonrestrictive C lets you bypass the syntax rules.
[22:40:29] Triangle717: Photosensitive C can't handle graphics, so it makes command-line programs.
[22:40:56] Triangle717: Perspective C shines a new light on the subject.
[22:41:08] Triangle717: Talkative C: Me, when I am really tired.
[22:41:36] Triangle717: Unimaginative C: What's to do something, but has no idea what to do.
[22:42:24] Triangle717: Uncommunicative C: "Don't talk to me."
[22:42:43] Triangle717: Undemonstrative C: "Don't ask for an example."
[22:43:03] Triangle717: Unattractive C: The ugly duckling.
[22:43:54] Triangle717: Supportive C thinks every idea is a great one.
[22:44:16] Triangle717: Retroactive C fires back.
[22:47:22] Will Kirkby: Detective C puts everything in black and white, with a gravelly narration, and slow, smooth jazz in the background.
[22:48:26] Will Kirkby: Vegetative C has been in a coma for the last 10 years.