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I cannot sport anything wrong with your code snippet as far as G4 is concerned. If the trajectory is not where it should be then perhaps your field(value) is not accurate/correct for your particle's momentum.
The formula is:
B = P / (0.299792458 * q *R)
P = ... GeV (/c where c = 1) R = ... m q = 1, 2, 3 etc (in units of electronic charge)
I suspect you want:
B = (100*GeV/ (0.299792458 * 1 * 0.13*m) ) * tesla
I suggest that you define variables in G4 that have units, with their units immediately. So, for example:
G4double dxlength = 3.700219*m; etc.
but this is just a 'good coding' convention.
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