do file in /d"%1" /s *.dll;*.exe

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#1
When I use

do file in /d"%1" /s *.dll;*.exe

it doesn't process *.dll;*.exe acutally in %1; it only processes *.dll;*.exe in subdirectories of %1.

Am I doing something wrong?
 
#2
When I use

do file in /d"%1" /s *.dll;*.exe

it doesn't process *.dll;*.exe acutally in %1; it only processes *.dll;*.exe in subdirectories of %1.

Am I doing something wrong?
Actually, it processes the files in the current directory and then moves on to the subdirectories of the specified "start directory for /s". That seems dumb.