Instantiation problem

I’m currently trying to instantiate certain game objects, however I’m receiving the error: error CS1501: No overload for method Instantiate' takes 2’ arguments.

Here is my code:

	public GameObject block;
	private Vector3 startPos = new Vector3(-5.94f,4.19f,0);
	void Start () {
		block = gameObject;

	void Update() {
		int i = 0;
		while( i < 19 ) {
			Blocks _= (GameObject)Instantiate( block, (startPos*i));_
  •  	i++;*
  •  }*

From what I’ve seen on the script reference this should work; the rotation variable should be set to a default.
The “block = gameObject” line is there because this script is attached to a game object. I’m only just getting back into C#, so I’m not sure why this would be happening. Everything looks fine to me.

There are two forms of the [Instantiate()][1] function. One form takes a single argument. The second form takes three arguments arguments. You are only passing two. If you are going to pass the position, you also need to pass the rotation. Try this:

     Blocks _= (GameObject)Instantiate( block, (startPos*i), Quaternion.identity);_

Or if you need the rotation from the prefab you can do this:
Blocks = (GameObject)Instantiate( block );
Blocks_.transform.position = startPosi;