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> However what I want to do is to print the energy deposit per each > particle that I fire, in the form x y z E1 E2 E3 ... En, where n is the > number of primary particles that I fire. What is the best way to do > this?
You may shoot one primary particle per each event. I presume the number of primary particles "n" is not huge. Then, you may use ntuple to fill the energy deposit of each event. If "n" is large, you may want to printout the deposit of an event at your EndOfEventAction.
Hope this helps, Makoto
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