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Apologies, this is really a C++ problem, and I am not sure which forum to post it in.
I am writing a simulation involving germanium rotating every N events.
I have implemented a method of DetectorConstruction.cc which rotates the detectors. This, I call in the main.cc then reconstruct the geometry using the following lines
Now in my data read out I want to include the rotation angle.
But I can't find a reasonable way to get at that information.
ideally something like .. hit->GetPosition()->GetTouchable()->GetDetectorConstruction()->GetAngle()
but i run into problems because the hit class can't see the detectorConstruction. The way I understand the only one that sees both is the main. But if i declare in the main Hit* hit =new Hit(); hit->GetAngle();
Then surely that will not be the same hit as is used for processing.
Any ideas or help with this problem are greatly appreciated.
Thanks to all
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