Variables should be initialized before use - expand hotspot

Hi all,

According to TOPIC: Uninitialized value used but not pointed out under C code.

This example did use an uninitialized variable, but due to the limitation of SonarQube, this issue becomes a hidden leak.

examples:

in test.h

struct str{int a;};
void func(struct str *);

int test.c:

include "test.h"
void func(struct str *s)
{
    if (s->a == x)
        DOSOMETHING
}

in main1.c

#include "test.h"
int main(void)
{
    struct str s;
    func(&s);
}

in main2.c

#include "test.h"
int main(void)
{
    struct str s = {0};
    func(&s);
}

In main1.c, we did not give s any initialized value, so in func() the condition sentence will do something un-predictable.
And main2.c should be the safe way to use the function.

I guess this could be seen as a Security Hotspot issue?