Help with serial println please?

Can someone help me please? im trying to figure out how to write a serial println from left to right to read different sensors more clearly! for instance lets say I have 3 ir sensors and I would like to read them this way....

sensor1 = 150 sensor2 = 150 sensor3 = 150 sensor1 = 150 sensor2 = 150 sensor3 = 150

instead of them being like this... sensor1 = 150 sensor2 = 150 sensor3 = 150 sensor1 = 150 sensor2 = 150 sensor3 = 150

can anyone help me with this please?

Edit: XD char dataline1[30]; // global variable arrays . . . sprintf(dataline1, "sensor1 = %d sensor2 = %d sensor3 = %d", sensorA, sensorB, sensorC); // in loop of function . . . Serial.println(dataline1); // somewhere else in the loop

I think you are just using

Serial.println

too often

I just use a snippet like

Serial.print("       Temp1 = ");
Serial.print(Temp1);
Serial.print("       Temp2 = "); 
Serial.print(Temp2);
Serial.print("       difference = ");
Serial.print(diff);
Serial.print("       Temp3 = ");
Serial.println(Temp3);
delay(1000);

in the loop, so I can space things how I like. The only Serial.println is the last command. It also means that there is a close correlation with printing to SD or LCD.