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First thanks for your response.
I also fiddled around with Hadr03 example because it can do cross section output and other desirable aspects.
However, I didn't use Hadr03 for following 2 reasons
1. I was under the impression that Hadr03 does not have electromagnetic processes registered: there is no continuous energy loss. Which is not realistic reflection of real world.
2. Also, an event is killed at first interaction. It is my understanding is this is done to find event happening at all particle length? I tried to code it off to see comparison (// G4RunManager::GetRunManager()->AbortEvent();) but that freezes the executable when I run it which is a different problem.
Am I under wrong thought process on those 2 takes? Right now, I am in the process of coding Hadr06 example to show cross section similar to Hadr03. Maybe just using Hadr03 example for cross section data is more accurate and I just don't know it.
I apologize that is a lot of questions. I really need accurate data to simulate real life experiments and thanks again for your response.
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