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It shouldn’t, although battery life might not be as long as if you had used it with normal partial discharge cycles. Modern chargers don’t overcharge, they shut off or reduce charging to a trickle. usually just short of a full charge. I can’t think of where I read it, but I remember seeing that most if not all smartphones actually fudge the indicated charge slightly because they are bouncing around from 100%-95% or so while on the charger, and people get OCD about it and think something is wrong with their device. It’s easier to just call it 100% charged at 59-100%.
If you want to read more about lithium-ion batteries, the type of rechargable used in most portable devices these days, you can find more info at Battery University (no, I didn’t make that up).