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Linux and ls, how to sort in order of the last modified file being placed last in the list

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Using the ls command, how do I sort the list in order such that the last modified files will be placed toward the end of the list ?

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woolmilkporc earned 500 total points
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ls -rt

or

ls -rtl

(long output)
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ls -altrh
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