How to check a uiviewcontroller is present in uinavigationcontroller stack

I have a UINavigationController. I have to pop a view from a UINavigationController and replace it with another view. How we can search for a UIViewController object and replace it with another ?

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  • NSMutableArray *allViewControllers = [NSMutableArray arrayWithArray:           myDelegate.navigationController.viewControllers];

    I tried..

    [allViewControllers removeObjectIdenticalTo: @"NonLogginedViewController"];         
    [allViewControllers removeObjectIdenticalTo: myDelegate.nonLogginedViewController];
    myDelegate.navigationController.viewControllers = allViewControllers;

    But it didn’t update the UINavigationController stack ..
    I don’t know how to use removeObjectIdenticalTo with UINavigationController stack..

    Please help me ..

    Solutions Collect From Internet About “How to check a uiviewcontroller is present in uinavigationcontroller stack”

    Firstly, your test:

    [allViewControllers removeObjectIdenticalTo: @”NonLogginedViewController”];

    …is testing for a string, not a view controller. So that won’t work.

    If you know where the view controller is in the navigation controller’s stack then this is easy. Say for example you’ve just pushed a new controller and now you want to remove the one before that. You could do this:

    NSMutableArray *allControllers = [self.navigationController.viewControllers mutableCopy];
    [allControllers removeObjectAtIndex:allControllers.count - 2];
    [self.navigationController setViewControllers:allControllers animated:NO];

    But I think in your case you want to find a certain controller and remove it. One way to do this would be to look for a certain class, e.g. LoginController. Set up a new array by copying the old one, and then iterate through this new array:

    NSArray *allControllersCopy = [allControllers copy];
    for (id object in allControllersCopy) {
       if ([object isKindOfClass:[LoginController class]])
          [allControllers removeObject:object];

    …then set the allControllers array for the viewControllers property, as before.

    NOTE: If you’re manipulating a UINavigationController‘s stack from a containing view controller – perhaps once that view controller appears – you should wait until the view is fully onscreen. A good place for that is in the viewDidAppear: override, for example:

    - (void)viewDidAppear:(BOOL)animated {
        [super viewDidAppear:animated]; 
        NSMutableArray *allControllers = ...