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> But since you know what you are doing, you can code to ALWAYS: > > G4double energy = PreStepPoint->GetTotalEnergy(); > > (you use the PreStepPoint because you want the energy when the particle > enters)
I currently record the energy in my SD using:
I believe what you listed would get the total energy of the track associated with the preStepPoint.
So in order to know what should be recorded, I think that I'd need to have the processHits() method check whether it is in a volume with a region that has this track killing behavior enabled. If so then it would get the preStepPoint energy, and if not, the default behavior of using GetTotalEnergyDeposit() from G4Step would be used.
Does that seem like a reasonable way to do this?
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