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User Sean Turnbull wrote:
>> I have worked out the volume selection problem. Now when I type for eg >> /run/beamOn 10, between each incident particle when the stack is empty I >> want to calculate the pulse height spectrum. >> >> So my question is what is the best way to check the stack is empty >> between each incident particle? I would seem to have to use >> G4UserStackingAction etc....? >> >> thanks sean
It is the definition of the Event : when the stack is going to empty. So, by definition, the stack is empty in EventAction::BeginOfEvent(); you do not need additional check, unless you used special tools for delaying tracks event to event.
With the command /run/beamOn 10 you trigger a run of 10 independent events.
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