Write program named “reverse.asm” using RARS that takes a 32 bit…

Write program named “reverse.asm” using RARS that takes a 32 bit word (integer) from the user (32 bits) and reverses all the bits. Name your file “reverse.asm”. The program takes a value from the reader as an integer, then prints the bit reversed value in hexadecimal. Print the value directly in hex, no conversion is done by the program. You will need to convert the values by hand when picking test values. As a 16 bit example, the hex value 0xA95F (binary 1010100101011111) would become the bit 0xFA95 (1111101010010101 in binary). You will need to enter the signed decimal equivalent of 0xA95F. Your solution must extend this example to reverse all bits in the register. Ask for clarification if you do not understand what is meant by reversing the bits. Use the same prompts as provided in the example below.
Example Output:
Here is a sample run of what the final program should look like. Your output must match EXACTLY. User input is shown in bold for clarity
Welcome to the Reverse program.
Please enter a number: 1
The bit reversed value in hex is: 0x80000000
Continue (y/n)?: y
Please enter a number: 1431655765
The bit reversed value in hex is: 0xaaaaaaaa
Continue (y/n)?: n
Exiting

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