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Anything you write to G4cout, e.g.,
G4cout << "Hello" << G4endl;
goes to the UI terminal. If you have specified G4UIterminal, this is the normal terminal from which you start your Geant4 job. In principle, therefore, you can capture the output with
$ script $ exampleN02 $ exit
(See "man script" for the manual that explains how script works.)
However, if, like me, you want particular information in a separate file, in your BeginOfRunAction you could open a file, then in your EndOfEventAction, write something to it, then close it in your EndOfRunAction. I have an "analysis manager" that handles the file opening, writing and closing as required by the above actions; the analysis manager is a "singleton" that simplyfies access from the different action classes. How to create actions is described in the documentation. examples/extended/analysis/A01 shows how to make a singleton analysis manager, It uses AIDA, but you could just use a file.
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