No matching member function to call error

I have been trying to rewrite a bunch of code I lost unsuccessfully. The function I use to tell the robot to rotate doesn’t work and I can remember what I did last year to make it work. I remember passing a certain variable to it making the robot rotate the correct amount of degrees. The goal of the code is to make the robot face a target it sees on the vision sensor by turning towards it, and then calculating the distance to target and moving. Any info on solving this issue with turning is appreciated. Thanks!.

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/*    Module:       main.cpp                                                  */
/*    Author:       C:\Users\REDACTED                              */
/*    Created:      Fri Sep 23 2022                                           */
/*    Description:  V5 project                                                */
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// ---- START VEXCODE CONFIGURED DEVICES ----
// Robot Configuration:
// [Name]               [Type]        [Port(s)]
// Drivetrain           drivetrain    2, 1, 11        
// Vision10             vision        10              
// Arm                  motor         4               
// Hand                 motor         5               
// Expander9            triport       9               
// RangeFinder9A        sonar         A, B            
// GPS20                gps           20              
// Controller1          controller                    
// ---- END VEXCODE CONFIGURED DEVICES ----

#include "vex.h"

using namespace vex;

event checkRed = event();
event checkMagenta = event();
event checkGreen = event();
event checkDistance = event();

void detection(){
  wait(1, seconds);
  double travel = RangeFinder9A.distance(inches);
  double move = travel - 20;
  Drivetrain.driveFor(forward, move, inches);
}

void visionLocation() {
  printf("CenterX: ");
  printf("%.2f", (double)Vision10.largestObject.centerX); 
  printf("\n");
  printf("CenterY: ");
  printf("%.2f", (double)Vision10.largestObject.centerY);
  printf("\n");
}

void targetObject() {
//JPearman Example
  int TARGET = 150; 
  int error = Vision10.largestObject.centerY - TARGET;  //How far off center is the item.

    // simple P control with a limit of 50
    int drive = error;
    if( drive > 50 ) drive = 50;
    if( drive < -50 ) drive = -50;

    // object is found and centered
    if( Vision10.largestObject.centerY > (TARGET-15) && Vision10.largestObject.centerY < (TARGET+15) ) {
      Drivetrain.stop();
      //Move forward based on distance from target, account for length of robot.
    }
    else {
      Drivetrain.turnToRotation(degrees, drive); //What does drive do?
      detection(); 
    }
}

void hasMagentaCallback() { //Add target object somewhere when ready
  Brain.Screen.setFont(mono40);
  Brain.Screen.clearLine(1, black);
  Brain.Screen.setCursor(Brain.Screen.row(), 1);
  Brain.Screen.setCursor(1, 1);
  Controller1.Screen.clearScreen();
  Controller1.Screen.setCursor(1,1);
  Vision10.takeSnapshot(Vision10__SIG_1);
  if (Vision10.objectCount > 0) {
    Brain.Screen.print("Magenta Object Found");
    Controller1.Screen.print("Magenta Object Found");
  } else {
    Brain.Screen.print("No Magenta Object");
    Controller1.Screen.print("No Magenta Object");
  }
}

int main() {
  // Initializing Robot Configuration. DO NOT REMOVE!
  vexcodeInit();
  Drivetrain.setDriveVelocity(25, percent);
  targetObject();
  //checkMagenta(hasMagentaCallback);
  
  while (true) {
    checkMagenta.broadcastAndWait();
    wait(1, seconds);
  }
}

Can you provide us with a bit more information? such as which line the error occurs?

Line 63, the Drivetrain.turnToRotation instruction in the targetObject function.

You have the parameters of that function call swapped, it should be drive, degrees, not degrees, drive