.htaccess Ignore errordocument Redirects in cgi-bin

I have the following code in my .htaccess file:

ErrorDocument 401 /404.htm
ErrorDocument 403 /404.htm
ErrorDocument 404 /404.htm
ErrorDocument 500 /404.htm

I would like those error redirects ignored in my cgi-bin so that if I have CGI it won't redirect to an error page. How can I do this?
webstuck5Asked:
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ahoffmannCommented:
what should happen for those 40x errors?
what should your webserver return for 500?
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webstuck5Author Commented:
If I have a CGI script error then I don't want the page to redirect. I want the cgi-bin to ignore the errordocument redirects.
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ahoffmannCommented:
if your cgi returns an error (anything different from 0) the server returns 500 unless configured otherwise the ErrorDocument just contains the response body, the status will be 500
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