C# returning mutliple tables from a method

I need the following method to return two tables; AllquerybyAttribute and LstLovOfEcomAttr tables.   How

List<lovvalueid> LstEcomAttr = GetAllAttribute(Client, data, GetAccessContext(data));

private List<lovvalueid> GetAllAttribute(stepPortTypeClient ObjstepPortTypeClient, UserProfile ObjUserProfile, accessContext ObjGetAccessContext)
{
    try
    {
        foreach (var item in ObjUserProfile.attributes)
        {
            String folderURL = "step://attributegroup?id=" + Convert.ToString(item.id);
            getChildrenRequestType ObjgetChildrenRequestType = new getChildrenRequestType();
            ObjgetChildrenRequestType.accessContext = ObjGetAccessContext;
            ObjgetChildrenRequestType.nodeURL = folderURL;
            treeNode[] AllquerybyAttribute = ObjstepPortTypeClient.getChildren(ObjgetChildrenRequestType);
            /* If the attribute groups is ecomm attributes, then check if the attribute has an associated LOV.*/
            if (Convert.ToString(item.id) == "eComm Attributes")
            {
                GetLOVValues(ObjstepPortTypeClient, ObjUserProfile, AllquerybyAttribute);        
            }
        }
        return LstLovOfEcomAttr;
    }
...

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Franck GaspozSoftware Architect, Technical ExpertCommented:
Hi,
I am not sure of your real needs, but maybe you should considers use a Tuple to wrap several objects to be returned :

Tuple<type1,type2,...,type8> MyMethod( ... ) {
   return new Tuple<type1,...,type8>(object1,...object9);
}

tuple can have 1 to 8 items;  type1..8 are the objects types you want

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