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Solution depends on the number of event you simulate in a run and also the complexity of each event. Also, it depends on how you want to deal with each individual hit at the end of the run. If number of event is reasonablly small and size of each event is also small, just use G4RunManager::SetNumberOfEventToBeStored method and keep all events until the end of the run. If size of required memory for storing all events is far beyond acceptable amount, you have to write hits of each event to a file and access to the file at the end of the run. If you just want to accumulate energy deposition in each calorimeter cell upon all events in a run, just utilize a histogramming package.
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