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Thank you so much for giving me the appropriate solution what I was looking for actually. This seems to work. In fact I got my previous method to work as well. The problem I was facing earlier was with the data types. e.g. in my previous code line: std::string spherenum = "sphereNum_";sphereNum+=i; here, i was interpreted a char with ascii code and first few ascii codes starting from 0 are reserved for non-printable characters. So now what I did was convert the number i into a string by using 'sprintf'. Then to get information I used the GetVolume method to get the name of the sensitive volume and then convert the string part representing i into a number by using 'sscanf' which basically gave me the layer number. Once again thank you for the quick reply, I appreciate it.