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Unix "ls" command: How to display only certain files using the ls command

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Can someone tell me what syntax to use in order to list only files matching a certain pattern using the "ls" command in Unix?

I'm trying to use this:

ls -l scea*

I was hoping this would display only files beginning with the 4 characters "scea", but it is not working.
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