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What's the situation with the data member 'mass' of G4PrimaryParticle? Can you tell me whether the method G4PrimaryParticle::GetMass (or SetMass) is used anywhere in the G4 code? It's difficult to tell because the method name appears also in other classes. Since it is redundant, and it is still identical to zero in G4PrimaryParticle, even after the latest patch, why is it in the class at all? At some point in the future, another user will be wondering, why he/she gets zero mass for the G4PrimaryParticle.
At a minimum, the mass should be initialized the same way as you now initialize the charge.
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