What is the difference between rm and rm list ls

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The majority of items I've read. They advise using rm(list=ls()), but I'm not sure what the difference is if I choose to do so ()

Can I clear every variable by using rm() rather than rm(list=ls())?

I would appreciate some advice. Thanks
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