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Console::WriteLine(pointer*) displays boolean instead of mem location

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Hey I am kinda new to c++.net.  How come when I use the WriteLine() method with a pointer in the argument, the console displays only true or false instead of the mem location?

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Type case to int
For e.g.
String *str = new String("Hello");
Console::WriteLine((int)&str);
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