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I was wondering if there was a way, other than using /tracking/verbose ... to access the x,y and z position values for each interaction. I want to be able to calculate the total distance from the particle creation point that the particle gets in my system, but I seem to be unable to get at these values. Although I see how G4SteppingVerbose.cc works I unfortunately am using it as my Stepping Verbose file rather than a local file, so I cant just edit that to get my output. Is there any way to gain access to the fTrack object directly, since that is where the data I want is? Is there perhaps an online class map that would allow me to figure out how the classes inter-relate. or is there perhaps a few lines of code I could add in to a file to retrieve the pointer to the most recent G4track created or somesuch.
Any help or advice would be appreciated.
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