Okay, here's my take on things and features I find either dumb, useless to me, or just not important altogether:
2.Private and protected members of a class. Can anyone name a REAL, and I mean REAL 100% efficient and worthwhile reason as to why a member of a class has to be protected or private in the first place or in any manner that anyone REALLY cares about?
3.C++'s Object-Oriented-Programming altogether and all OOP bugs me simply because I don't see in reason in programming that way in my mental image of programming - I don't believe things should be in "classes" and I don't believe that's how my code should work. But if there's anything annoying and that I find kind of dumb about OOP is C++'s Polymorphism, second being Friendship and Inheritance of classes. Not going to lie and say they're 100% stupid, but there's plenty of debate I can give you on those topics.
4.I have fathomed it for a while and decided that function templates are also somewhat pointless in my opinion. I mean given a wide, long and unlimited train of thought in an extended possibility of programming, tools and game development I can't really see one single particular use I can point out as to why I'd ever use them.
6.#defines ... seriously, give me one special thing about them. It's literally the same thing, almost exactly, as a const container. Where's the real noticeable difference with it?
8.Any well given explanations of the use of an enum? I mean what good is a type of my own? Correct me because I am a beginner no doubt, but I seriously find somethings absolutely to a point that are so obscure and pointless that I can't imagine why it would be useful to me given every other basic feature to write a computer program I already have.
9.Function overloading - another obscure feature of C++ that I have fathomed and fail to see clarity in its use.
10.Virtual base classes.
I'm pretty sure some are debatable, but I'd like to hear someone really make me see use in some of those previous mentioned features I find useless - and I mean REAL explanation, because just because it suits you doesn't mean I can make it useful in the way I see things.
And if you're ignorant to the way I think and do things then don't even bother replying. Just because you prefer it doesn't mean I do, or even see in any use in it for that matter.