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On Mon, 21 Aug 2017 19:31:20 GMT, frolandh wrote:
> If there a place where the information is stored that denotes whether or > not a Track is about to teriminate? For instance, if I wanted to > determine which volume a track terminates in, how would I identify that > track in the user stepping action?
In G4Step::GetPostStepPoint(), the step status will be "fStopAndKill". If the status is "fStopButAlive", that means the track is at zero energy, but the "AtRest" processes have not yet been applied.
-- Michael Kelsey