```
{% for bits in [32,64] %}
struct ::Float{{bits}}
def self.from_bits(bits : ::UInt{{bits}})
pointerof(bits).as(::Float{{bits}}*).value
end
def to_bits : ::UInt{{bits}}
bits = self # because "can't take address of self"
pointerof(bits).as(::UInt{{bits}}*).value
end
MIN_POSITIVE_DENORMAL = from_bits(1)
end
{% end %}
# pardon the humor -- and the two `bits` variables
raise "hell" unless ::Float32::MIN_POSITIVE_DENORMAL == 1.4e-45_f32
raise "hell" unless ::Float32::MIN_POSITIVE_DENORMAL.to_bits == 1_u32
raise "hell" unless ::Float64::MIN_POSITIVE_DENORMAL == 4.9E-324_f64
raise "hell" unless ::Float64::MIN_POSITIVE_DENORMAL.to_bits == 1_u64
```

Because why not.