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Hi there, One-line string formatting can be achieved using 'G4UIcommand::ConvertToString()', e.g.: > G4String("foo_"+G4UIcommand::ConvertToString(myInt)+"_foo") However - no formatting 'à la sprintf' can be applied - one has to include G4UIcommand.h in each file he wants to use ConvertToString (otherwise the following error message appears: "incomplete type `G4UIcommand' used in nested name specifier") Could you please provide a Root-like Form(at) function: > G4String::Format("foo_%04d_foo",myInt)? http://root.cern.ch/root/htmldoc/TString.html Other useful functions like Atof(), Atoi(), Chop(), First(char c), Last(char c), IsAlnum(), IsAlpha(), IsAscii(), IsDigit(), IsFloat(), ... could be useful. Cheers, M