enable PHP errors with htaccess?

I have a PHP script that works fine on my development server but not with my production server that's hosted somewhere else.
The problem is I don't get an error message so I suspect my hosting company has disabled error messages for security reasons.
I would like to enable the PHP error messages on a specific folder with htaccess.  How do I do this if possible?
Thanks.
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GarbsTheTurtleCommented:
Place the following in your htaccess file

php_value error_reporting 2047

This will set your error reporting to E_ALL. You can also do this per-script using <? error_reporting("E_ALL"); ?>

The htaccess options are not available to PHP-as-CGI users, so be mindful of that limitation as well - I was stuck on that one for a while.
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ixtiCommented:
Well, what DrNikon224 suggest is not the only what you have to do.
I guess that hoster also set "display_errors = off"
So your .htaccess has to be like this:
.htaccess
-----------
php_value error_reporting 2047
php_flag display_errors 1

Or you can set it inn the begining of your scripts
<?php
ini_set('error_reporting', '2047');
ini_set('display_errors', '1');
?>
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edsanzAuthor Commented:
how to I declare the other answer as "Assisted Answer" ??  After accepting the first one, I don't see an option to accept the second answer.
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