macos – Accidental Unix mac terminal commands

I accidentally used the following commands in the terminal:

  1. In recovery mode: nvram boots-args = "x"

  2. In a user profile in the terminal:
    (on) sudo nvram boots-agr = "" and
    (B) sudo nvram boots-args = "",
    and then entered the sudo password.

Does this affect the system because they are misspelled commands? Normally the command is: nvram boot-args = ""that has no "s" in the boat, and "agr" is not used, instead "args".

Is it also important that a wrong command with the command "sudo" was used first?