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1. The zeroth point gets connected to the final point, correct? Let me give an example. Consider a vector<G4TwoVector> which consists of four points in this order: point0, point1, point2, point3. If I make a G4ExtrudedSolid from this vector, the solid will have the following edges: point0->point1, point1->point2, point2->point3, point3->point0. Correct? Yes. 2. I'm trying to learn how to use the G4ExtrudedSolid(const G4String& pName, std::vector<G4TwoVector> polygon, std::vector<ZSection> zsections) constructor. After looking at G4ExtrudedSolid.hh and G4ExtrudedSolid.cc, I'm still a little bit confused. If possible, could you point me to a correct example of how this constructor is used? You can find an example in Application developers guide, see: http://geant4.web.cern.ch/geant4/UserDocumentation/UsersGuides/ForApplicationDeveloper/html/ch04.html#sect.Geom.Solids --> Extruded polygon where you can find a description of both available contructors. Best regards, Ivana
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