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I am currently trying to place a quadrupole magnet axis with respect to an electron beam travelling in the Z direction. I would like to find the X and Y value of an electron for a given Z value (the entrance of the quadrupole), then implement this value in my magnetic field class to define the quadrupole axis. I have tried to use G4Track to do this but I dont understand how to create an object of that class or how to structure the methods it uses in my code. If someone could help me with this I would appreciate it. Also which file would I need to implement G4Track (or whatever class I need to use) in or do I need to create a new file and header file?
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