Write program that will generate array of ten random number, Assembly Language

1. Write a program that will generate an array of ten random 32-bit integers, and that will  display on the monitor the numbers followed by either the words " has the fourth bit set " or  "does not have the fourth bit set".  Use the test instruction to test whether the bit is set or not. Note: The fourth bit from the least significant end (the 8's position).

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