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yes, in fact I did it in the wrong place. First, I was not aware that G4cout changes behavior depending whether being in interactive or batch mode. After that, I learned that SetCoutDestination() has to come after "new G4UIExecutive()". So
G4UIExecutive* ui = new G4UIExecutive(argc, argv); UImanager->SetCoutDestination(new RedUIsession);
does what I want, the opposite not.
> I am not sure whether you really need this function within an > interactive session. If you want it just in a batch mode, it is much > simpler to redirect the output on the command line: > > ./exampleB1 exampleB1.in > exampleB1.out
I agree. However, currently I do some debugging interactively. I was helping myself with a lot of std::cout instead of G4cout, but this doesn't catch the Print() method output of various classes. Hence I thought I should try to figure out how this output redirection thing works.
Thanks for your help,