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Forum: Event and Track Management
Re: Question Globaltime always equals to zero (Diane Dore)
Date: 03 Dec, 2010
From: Marc Verderi <Marc Verderi>

Hello Diane,

This is strange, indeed...

Could you try to print the global time of the PreStepPoint and of the 
G4Track : aStep->GetTrack()->Get(Global ?)Time()  ?


Le 03/12/2010 10:03, Diane Dore a écrit :
> *** Discussion title: Event and Track Management
> I want to obtain the characteristics of a particle when it passes through a new layer. I need to know the position, the time, the energy...So I get the information from a step. It works for position and other variables but not for the time (global, local, proper).
> Here is a part of the code :
>    G4StepPoint*  PostStepPoint= aStep->GetPostStepPoint();
>    G4StepPoint*  PreStepPoint= aStep->GetPreStepPoint();
>    G4double time = (PostStepPoint->GetGlobalTime() ) / nanosecond;
>    G4cout<<"time in stepping action = "<<  time<<  G4endl;
> We compile with different versions of GEANT4 and the result is always 0
> !!! Someone could help me please Diane
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