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On Thu, 28 Oct 2010 17:48:03 GMT, Oscar Garc�a wrote:
> Hi dear Dr. Susanna, thank you so much for your message! > > I have reviewed the N02 example and I understand the HitCollection > accumulates the hitsG for each event in this example. > > For get the total dose distribution for all events, I guess that > defining a private array in the RunAction class, which accumulates in > each EndofEvent and It prints in the EndofRunAction it could store the > Total dose. I don't really know if it works..
See, for instance, example N03. You even do not need the concept of Hits collection to do that.
For filling an histogram, see examples/extended/electromagnetic/TestEm4 (the simplest) or TestEm11 or 12 ..etc..
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