Ultimate PHP error_reporting wizard

PHP version:
Value Constant  
1E_ERROR
2E_WARNING
4E_PARSE
8E_NOTICE
16E_CORE_ERROR
32E_CORE_WARNING
64E_COMPILE_ERROR
128E_COMPILE_WARNING
256E_USER_ERROR
512E_USER_WARNING
1024E_USER_NOTICE
2048E_STRICT
4096E_RECOVERABLE_ERROR
8192E_DEPRECATED
16384E_USER_DEPRECATED
Binary Notes
PHP 5.4 was the first PHP version to include E_STRICT as part of the E_ALL directive.
Decimal
Constants
PHP
<?php error_reporting(); ?>
htaccess
php_value error_reporting

This tool is a reference for PHP developers needing to set PHP's error reporting level. To use this tool, tick the checkboxes next to the errors you want PHP to report on and this tool will generate the various different representations. To set the error reporting level via PHP, copy and paste the "PHP" section's contents. To set the error reporting level via Apache, copy and paste the "htaccess" section's contents into a ".htaccess" file. You can also use the "htaccess" section in Apache's VHost configuration file (httpd.conf). Visit the author's blog.


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