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I have made a segmented Ge detector. For this purpose I have modified the novice prog N02. If I set the tracking verbosity to "1", I am getting output about the energy deposition, copy no of the segment and other outputs listed in ExN02SteppingVerbose.cc (I have add only one line to extract the information about the segment no). Now I would like to write the energy and segment no in a output file. To be specific, I would like to generate a zero suppressed unformatted binary data file for further analysis.
I have little understanding (I admit) about the architecture and the data flow between the hits and events in Geant4. Such limited knowledge really makes it difficult for me decide where should I include the fwrite statement to write the data.
Probably, I can always do it in SteppingVerbose.cc file within the tracking verbosity=1 loop. In that case, I have to comment all the G4out statement in side the tracking verbosity=1 loop to avoid writing in stdout instead I should include
But I don't thinks this is the correct way to do this job. I really need an expert advise about my problem. Thus, I appreciate any sorts of input.
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