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I'm developing a class for a parameterizable non-uniform magnetic field that inherits from G4MagneticField. The user sets a range of parameters that are saved as member data and later used in the GetFieldValue method (same arguments as in G4MageticField) to calculate the field at the particle's location. However, when running the simulation, the values of "Point" (the argument in GetFieldValue, representing the coordinates of the particle) periodically become "NAN", resulting in an incalculable magnetic field. Any ideas why this might be? I'm running version 9.4 of G4.
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