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On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 09:45:13 GMT, han wrote:
> Hi guys, i'making a solid by using the G4Subtraction method,however,when > i run it,the error come out that called mo matching function call to > �G4SubtractionSolid::G4SubtractionSolid,how can i deal with it?[...]
> //subtraction solid > G4SubtractionSolid*subtraction= > new G4SubtractionSolid("subTubs-subfilm",subTubs,subfilm,zTrans);[...]
> B4DetectorConstruction.cc: In member function �G4VPhysicalVolume* B4DetectorConstruction::DefineVolumes()�: > ~/src/B4DetectorConstruction.cc:335:68: error: no matching function for call to �G4SubtractionSolid::G4SubtractionSolid(const char , G4Tubs*&, G4Sphere*&, G4ThreeVector&)� > new G4SubtractionSolid("subTubs-subfilm",subTubs,subfilm,zTrans);
See $G4INCLUDE/G4SubtractionSolid.hh, for the expected constructor arguments. You are missing the rotation matrix point (G4RotationMatrix*). If you don't want to do a rotation, you can pass a null pointer.
-- Michael Kelsey
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