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I'm looking to print the contents of a Geant4 program in a text document. I'm on a Windows operating system, and am currently attempting to simply run the program from the terminal and output the contents of the terminal using the ">" function, like so:
C:\Users\user\Desktop\Workstation\B1Program\bin>start exampleB1 run1.mac > output.txt
The above command successfully creates a text file in the desired location, but its contents are blank. I can confirm that the contents are printed correctly in the terminal, but are not being written to the text document. Within the Geant4 source file RunAction.cc, I have the following code to print in the terminal.
G4cout << G4endl << "A. Number of runaway electrons injected: " << nofEvents << G4endl << "B. Initial energy of runaway electrons: " << particleEnergy/keV << " keV" << G4endl
Any help getting all the above information in a text document would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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