Pass value to parent controller when dismiss the controller

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vc doesn’t seem to be initialized.

You can probably do this,

vc = (Post *)self.parentViewController; = @"Comment Conttroller";
[vc dismissModalViewControllerAnimated:YES];

Since the view controller you want to affect is the parentViewController, you should be able to cast and set the abc property.

Put this in your parent controller in viewDidLoad

// get register to fetch notification  
[[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserver:self
                                      name:@"MODELVIEW DISMISS" object:nil];
// --> Now create method in parent class as;
// Now create yourNotificationHandler: like this in parent class
-(void)yourNotificationHandler:(NSNotification *)notice{
    NSString *str = [notice object];

Put following to your child class where


    [self dismissModalViewControllerAnimated:YES];

    //raise notification about dismiss 
    [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] 
          postNotificationName:@"MODELVIEW DISMISS" 
                        object:@"Whatever you want to send to parent class"];  

as soon as model view get dismiss yourNotificationHandler get executed and whatever you pass as an objet will get fetch in your parent class. Please ask if still need some clarification.

Take this in .h file in ParentViewController

NSString *strABC;

Make below function in ParentViewController

-(void)setString:(NSString *)strEntered{

Now In Post view controller do like this:

ParentViewController *objSecond = 
  [[ParentViewController] initwithNibName:@"parentView.xib" bundle:nil];

[objSecond setString:@"Comment Controller"];
[self.navigationController pushViewController:objSecond animated:YES];
[objSecond release];

Now, In secondViewController viewWillAppear method write this.

      lblUserInput.text = strABC;

Please check spelling mistakes as I’ve hand written this. Hope this help.

If you are not using UINavigationContoller then you can do something like this.

SecondViewControler *objSecond = 
  [[SecondViewController] initwithNibName:@"secondview.xib" bundle:nil];
[objSecond setUserInput:txtUserInput.text];
[objSecond viewWillAppear:YES];
[self.view addSubview:objSecond];
[objSecond release];