Kuniyuki Iwashima reported reported in  that llvm compiler may
convert a loop exit condition with "i < bound" to "i != bound", where
"i" is the loop index variable and "bound" is the upper bound.
In case that "bound" is not a constant, verifier will always have "i != bound"
true, which will cause verifier failure since to verifier this is
an infinite loop.
The fix is to avoid transforming "i < bound" to "i != bound".
In llvm, the transformation is done by IndVarSimplify pass.
The compiler checks loop condition cost (i = i + 1) and if the
cost is lower, it may transform "i < bound" to "i != bound".
This patch implemented getArithmeticInstrCost() in BPF TargetTransformInfo
class to return a higher cost for such an operation, which
will prevent the transformation for the test case
added in this patch.