Create a new oracle database from OCI or OCCI client

How can we create a new oracle database from OCI or OCCI client?
i am using the oracle 11gR2
Thanks in Advance,
Sreekanth Polaka

Though I have not tried creating a database, try if its doable.
You can use OCI to perform SYSDBA operations.
So connect as OCI_SYSDBA and try executing the entire create database command.

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