PSTricks: how is it possible to add a label to a \nccurve?

Christophe Broult broult at
Fri Aug 1 11:02:32 CEST 1997

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I'd like to put a label along an nccurve that connect two nodes or the
same node as in the example below. What should I do?


    [name=3DaNode]       a node\\[0pt]
    [name=3DanotherNode] another node
  \ncline{aNode}{anotherNode}\trput{a label between nodes}
  \SelfRef{aNode} \trput{a label for self ref}
  \SelfRef{anotherNode} \trput{a label for self ref}

Thank you,



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