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In Ethereum contract calls are simulated to estimate the gas cost of transaction execution. On Plasma leap only the state of the inputs can affect the execution on a spending condition, hence the simulation can be done on client side.
- create a helper that takes
- a set of outputs
- a matching set of inputs spending the outputs
- at least 1 input should be a spending condition
- the helper should [run the inputs](https://github.com/leapdao/leap-node/blob/master/src/tx/applyTx/checkSpendCond.js) and create the outputs, completing the spending condition transaction (ready to be submitted).
- keep the bounds imposed by solEVM enforcer during the simulation.
## Gain for the project
- simplify the life of wallets
- discover design gaps.
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