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It's easier if you just search by column:

my $data = do { local $/; <DATA> }; my $p1 = qr(.{1}#); my $p2 = qr(#); my $p3 = qr(.{2}#\.); for my $column (0 .. 80) { my $start = qr(.{$column}); my $next = qr(.*\n$start); my $target = qr($start(?=$p1$next$p2$next$p3)); while ( $data =~ m/^$target/mg) { my $row = () = substr($data,0,pos $data) =~ /\n/g; print "[row: $row|column: $column]\n"; } } __DATA__ #..#.....#. ..#...##... .#....#..## #..#....#.. ..#...#..#. .......#.#. ...........
[row: 2|column: 0] [row: 1|column: 1] [row: 1|column: 6]

In reply to Re: Two-dimensional match/regex? (2) by Loops
in thread Two-dimensional match/regex? (2) by rsFalse

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