I am taking in a string from the stdinput via readline() a la:
char * cmdLine = readline();
Then I want to see if the first character of the string produced via readline() is an exclamation point. But the code
doesn't do that for me like I would have thought. I thought that if the string snagged from stdin was "!1" for instance then it would be true that
If cmdLine is a pointer to a string then can't I look at each character in the string with array brackets? I know this is a stupid basic c / pointer question but this is really tripping me up...