UninitializedFunctionPointerInConstructor_0.4.xCalling uninitialized internal function pointers created in the constructor does not always revert and can cause unexpected behaviour.
|Uninitialized internal function pointers point to a special piece of code that causes a revert when called. Jump target positions are different during construction and after deployment, but the code for setting this special jump target only considered the situation after deployment.|
- First Introduced: 0.4.5
- Fixed in Version: 0.4.26
- Severity<: very low