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I find, the constructors of G4PrimaryParticle:
G4PrimaryParticle(G4int Pcode) G4PrimaryParticle(G4ParticleDefinition* Gcode)
do NOT initialize the private data members of G4PrimaryParticle:
G4double mass; G4double charge;
'charge' does not appear at all in any of the constructors and 'mass' is set to identical zero!
I also find the following comment in the code strage:
G4double mass; // This is just for book keeping. // This will not be used but the mass in // G4ParticleDefinition will be used.
So, why then is 'mass' a data member of G4PrimaryParticle?
Who's going to clean this up?
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