No I looked at four questions, most of which seemed to make an assumption on the what the prior answers would be before they were asked let alone answered. All of which seemed to be asked as if they already know my answer, in which case why ask?
Eg: "Justify why you didn't know that C++ can also do those things".
1. I didn't say C++ couldn't "do those things". Hence telling me a didn't know it could is just a tad of a stretch. Expecting me to justify whatever random thoughts happened to be in your head at the time also seems a bit of a stretch. I'd rather not work in an environment that requires mind reading, which I'm sure is my loss but I do seem to like it when people tell things rather than expecting to me know their thoughts.
Of course in reality my third answer would be a bit more in depth, but given I'd already seen question 4 there was no point in bothering since apparently you already knew my answer.