cmd/asm: add MRC and MCR to end-to-end test for arm

The old, per-architecture operand printers didn't lock down the
format of the constant in the MRC and MCR instructions (a value
that could be presented more helpfully - maybe how the
input looks? - but that is an issue for another day). But there is
a portable standard printer now so we can enable tests for these

Change-Id: I437a3b112ce63f4d6e1fe3450fc21d8c3372602f
Reviewed-by: Russ Cox <>
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