I have this script:

```
import turtle
from math import sqrt
def isPrime(n):
if n < 2: return False
if n == 2: return True
if n % 2 == 0: return False
k = 3
while k < sqrt(n):
if n % k == 0:
return False
k += 2
return True
def plot(k):
numPrimes = 0
turtle.pu()
turtle.speed(0)
turtle.pencolor("green")
turtle.dot(5)
n= 1
dir = 1
for i in range(80):
for j in range(n):
turtle.setx(turtle.xcor() + 7*dir)
if isPrime(k):
numPrimes += 1
turtle.pencolor("red")
else:
turtle.pencolor("black")
turtle.dot(5)
k += 1
for j in range(n):
turtle.sety(turtle.ycor() + 7*dir)
if isPrime(k):
turtle.pencolor("red")
numPrimes += 1
else:
turtle.pencolor("black")
turtle.dot(5)
k += 1
n += 1
dir = -dir
print(k-1, numPrimes)
turtle.hideturtle()
plot(1)
```

It will draw rounded dots on the pane, but I want to draw "squared" dots (stamps?) that touch each other so there is no white space between the dots, and the dots themselves are not round, but square.

Basically it should look like a massive chessboard after, instead of a "pane with dots"

I want this

(never mind the inaccuracy in this last screenshot of primes and non-prime, it is just to visualise what I mean by "square dots without white space"

How would I achieve this?

There seems to be no dot() in turtle that produces square stamps instead of round dots.

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