Grep for pattern & get uniq filenames

grep -nri "pattern_to_search" folder_name/ | awk -F ":" '{print $1}' | uniq | awk 'BEGIN {f=""} {f = f" "$0} END {print f}'
Grep for string in all files in a folder, get only the names of the file, making the file list uniq, then assingning all the file names to a variable in awk & printing on STDOUT

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By: ashish2
2015-07-19 01:00:58

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