Is it allowed to have the definition of a purely virtual method as follows?
class Abstract {
   virtual void pureVirtual() = 0 {
      // implementation
ISO 14882:2003
10.4 Abstract classes
2    ...[Note: a function declaration cannot provide both a pure-specifier and a definition
—end note] [Example:
struct C {
	virtual void f() = 0 { }; // ill-formed
—end example] It should be noted that the definition itself is allowed, the standard only prohibits declaring a purely virtual function in the body.

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