If we have a large enough floating point type that can exactly
represent the integer value, we can convert the value to FP and
use the exponent to calculate the leading/trailing zeros.
The exponent will contain log2 of the value plus the exponent bias.
We can then remove the bias and convert from log2 to leading/trailing
zeros.
This doesn't work for zero since the exponent of zero is zero so we
can only do this for CTLZ_ZERO_UNDEF/CTTZ_ZERO_UNDEF. If we need
a value for zero we can use a vmseq and a vmerge to handle it.
We need to be careful to make sure the floating point type is legal.
If it isn't we'll continue using the integer expansion. We could split the vector
and concatenate the results but that needs some additional work and evaluation.