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Re: Geantino? [message #5854 is a reply to message #5831] Mon, 11 February 2008 13:03 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Ralf Kliemt is currently offline  Ralf Kliemt
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Hi again,

I found this description in the root classes:
Quote:

TDatabasePDG
Particle database manager class

This manager creates a list of particles which by default is
initialised from with the constants used by PYTHIA6 (plus some
other particles added). See definition and the format of the default
particle list in $ROOTSYS/etc/pdg_table.txt

there are 2 ways of redefining the name of the file containing the
particle properties

1. one can define the name in .rootrc file:

Root.DatabasePDG: $(HOME)/my_pdg_table.txt

2. one can use TDatabasePDG::ReadPDGTable method explicitly:

- TDatabasePDG *pdg = new TDatabasePDG();
- pdg->ReadPDGtable(filename)

See TParticlePDG for the description of a static particle properties.
See TParticle for the description of a dynamic particle particle.




This means you could just create your own charged rootino. Additionally I found the rootino at the pdg ID 521 in root/etc/pdg_table.txt.

Ralf.
 
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