Program of 2d byte array dynamicall, C/C++ Programming

In this lab, please complete a given program to perform the following tasks:

1. Allocate a 10 by 5 2D byte array dynamically. The way of allocation must be consistent with page 39 in chap9.ppt. Each element is a byte.

2. For each element in the array, assign a random number. The range does not matter.

3. Display the array.

4. Exchange the rows as defined below:

Row 0 becomes Row 9
Row 1 becomes Row 0
Row 2 becomes Row 1
Row 3 becomes Row 2
Row 4 becomes Row 3
Row 5 becomes Row 4
Row 6 becomes Row 5
Row 7 becomes Row 6
Row 8 becomes Row 7
Row 9 becomes Row 8
Please swap the values, instead of just the pointers.

5. Display the array.

You are required to finish the given program, "TwoDArray_lab6.asm", without adding new variables. The output may look like:

2344_output of array.png

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