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I have class test2 with an 3D array named as decision_variable. I define setter and getter for this array.I'm not sure is correct or not and then in the main class I want to set value for example  decision_variable [1][1][1]=1

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Your setDecision_variables() method is declared to take a single input parameter, a 3-d int array.
You call it on line 31 passing "[1][1][1]=1" which is certainly not a legal 3D int array.

Your setDecision_variables() is declared as a method that takes no parameters and returns a 3D int array.
On line 32 you call it with the illegal syntax "[1][1][1]" as an argument, but declared it as a method that takes no arguments.

Perhaps you mean something like:
Note that this is probably not the best way to do things. A better way would be do declare the methods taking three indices:
and similarly for the setter.
Note that you should also check the validity of the indices passed.
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