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I cannot find the answers to these in the GEANT documentation, but I am sure they are fairly straightforward:
What is the minimum time a G4Timer can record? (such that it will not give myTime->GetSystemElapsed()=0)
Is there a structure for a timer that can be started and stopped repeatedl? Am I correct that a G4Timer cannot do this, e.g.
myTime->Start() do something for 1 second myTime->Stop() do something for 2 seconds myTime->Start() do something for 1 second myTime->Stop()
> 2 seconds
Thank you, Zach
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