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> Thank you for your explanation. There is something I don't have clear, > something I do not have the right feeling for yet. For example, either > to check if the particle was killed by leaving the the universe or by an > inelastic process, I can do it in the UsrSteppingAction.
> If I want to > transfer information from this particle before it gets killed to the > secondaries, Could I do this in the PostUserTrackingAction()?
BUT, be careful, the secodaries you get with fpTrackingManager->GimmeSecondaries() will return to you ALL secondaries that were generated during the stepping of that track, and not just the once that come from decay or the last step!
// NOTE: Secondary bucket of the Step contains 208 // all secondaries during tracking the current track 209 // (i.e. NOT secondaries produced in the current step)
I would not use PostUserTrackingAction. I would write the logic in SteppingAction, but you have to do quite some massaging to extract only the secondaries from the last step, see:
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