Difference %d and %*d

What is the difference between %d and %*d in c language?
A: %d give the original value of the variable and %*d give the address of the variable.
eg:-int a=10,b=20;
Result is 10 20 1775 1775 .Here 1775 is the starting address of the memory allocation for the integer.a and b having same address because of contagious memory allocation.

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