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I'm writing a program to take custom input from a user, just like with the standard cin and cout of C++. I tried using G4cout and G4cin in my RunAction class and in main. Both times I did not see the prompting text (i.e., the text I want to display using G4cout). When I tried to simulate, Geant4 started up and then halted with a blinking cursor. I realized that it was waiting for my input (G4cin) but strangely enough it had skipped my G4cin commands that came before it! Once I had entered in all the G4cin prompts the program finally showed the G4cout text. I just learned how to use messenger classes and I know that I could also use macros, but I really don't want to do that. I just want a simple input/output interface that a standard user (i.e., my professor) could use. I would appreciate any help on this matter. Thanks!
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