What happens when you type ls *.c in shell prompt?

When you use ls command alone, it will list every file in the current directory.
If you type ls * you will have the same result as only ls, because is excludes nothing.
If you type ls .c it will show an error, if you include * it will show only .c files in the current dir.

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