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My greetings to everyone. Sorry for this primitive question but I have difficulties in the following:
I shoot 1 GeV protons on mercury target using QGSP_BIC_HP physics list. This leads to creation of pions and mesons that decay to various neutrinos/antineutrinos. What I want is simply to count the number of created neutrinos of each flavor. I.e. at the end I need to have four numbers - for electron neutrino and antineutrino, and for muon neutrino and antineutrino. I feel that for this simple task, it is not necessary to use scoring or sensitive detectors. It can be done in user stepping action. But I can not write out the correct code. I will appreciate if someone describes in detail the procedure for this task (with lines of code, if possible).
Thank you in advance.
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