No. Those 3 are different.
different diameters (.355=.380 acp, .356=.38 auto, .357=.38 special)
the .380 acp is rimless the other 2 are rimmed (rim is a larger diameter than the case)
In short, you should only use the caliber stamped on the gun. If the name of the round that is written on the box of ammo doesn't match up exactly, don't use it in the gun.
I would strongly suggest you take a basic firearm introduction class.