(C++) Is it possible to initialize a float variable with a hexademical float point value?
something like so:
'0x011.1' // wrong!
No, C++ doesn't support that for literals, it's not part of the standard.
A non-portable solution is to use a compiler that adds this as an extension (GCC does this).
A portable workaround is to parse them from string literals at runtime using e.g.
As pointed out in a comment, you can also opt to store the constants in a C file. Doing so requires that you have access to a C99 compiler though, since hex float literals is a C99-level feature. Since environments with a new C++ compiler but without a C99 compiler (read: Visual Studio) are quite common, that might not be a workable solution.