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I may have found a pointer-related bug in G4HCofThisEvent.
GetHC(G4int i) is supposed to return a NULL when the collection ID does not exist.
Here is the code (from UserEventAction):
G4VHitsCollection *vHC = 0; vHC = HCE->GetHC(collID);
// doesn't work when HC does not exist! if(!vHC || vHC == NULL || vHC == 0) G4cerr << "HC not found" << G4endl;
I am getting "0x9" as my pointer value for vHC instead of "0x0".
This means that I'm having a hard time checking whether or not a hits collection actually exists as GetHC is not correctly giving back a NULL when it doesn't.
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