# 3.5. Step - 05 : Tabulated entries¶

Now let’s add tests with a table of entries:

```# For repeated parameters,
# we can use table

Feature: Tabulated maths

Scenario Outline: Addition of single digit numbers
Given I have '<num1>' and '<num2>'
Then The result must be '<total>'

Examples:
| num1 | num2 | total |
|    1 |    2 |     3 |
|   10 |   20 |    30 |
|   22 |   33 |    55 |
|   22 |   33 |    55 |
```

Now, the file/folder structure looks like this:

```.
|-- features
|   |-- steps
|   |-- environment.py
`-- libmath.py
```

With above contents, if we run behave:

```behave --no-timings --no-source
```

We can see more tests are added… and everything is successful:

```Feature: Simple Addition
Showcase simple addition for the BDD Book.
Scenario: Addition of single digit numbers
Given I have '1' and '3'
Then The result must be '4'

Scenario: Addition of double digit numbers
Given I have '70' and '29'
Then The result must be '99'

Feature: Tabulated maths

Scenario Outline: Addition of single digit numbers -- @1.1
Given I have '1' and '2'
Then The result must be '3'

Scenario Outline: Addition of single digit numbers -- @1.2
Given I have '10' and '20'
Then The result must be '30'

Scenario Outline: Addition of single digit numbers -- @1.3
Given I have '22' and '33'