User interface (ui), Computer Engineering

Design a easy (text-based/ graphical) UI for  your program.  The user should be encouraged for  parameter values for  the particular protocol simulation. For  example, the user should be encouraged for  either default values (determined by the designer) or  user-defined values to be entered.

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