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Hi, this is an analysis question, not optical. If this answer doesn't help maybe try the analysis forum.
> "No. of photons1" and "No. of photons2" should be different
countPhotons is being used for two different things. Think about what happens if both 'if' statements are false.
> Also everytime I run the code it shows different set of numbers.
It's not really clear what you are doing or how you expect it to work. Probably countPhotons isn't initialized properly. If this is UserSteppingAction the value likely isn't persisting for different tracks either. Have a look at the examples. A good one to follow is extended/electromagnetic/TestEm5.