This adds a counterpart to makeGuaranteedNoWrapRegion(): While makeGNWR creates an LHS range which will never cause overflow, makeANWR creates a range *outside* of which will *always* cause overflow (more specifically: the smallest such range -- a conservative implementation would be to always return the full range). The intended use-case is to intersect the LHS operand of nuw/nsw operations with it.

The implementation is to the most part exactly the same as makeGNWR but with min/max swapped. The only non-trivial case is signed multiplication, where we need to take into account both the smallest non-negative value and the largest negative one (insofar as they exist). These are extracted by intersecting with the signed half-spaces.