Serial monitor question

I am using the serial monitor to see what data is being sent via wireless to a receiver. I am sending numeric codes (4 digits) as remote controller. i.e if code received = 1000 then do something.

However looking at the monitor there is a constant stream on new lines of the number. Does this mean there is a break between each bit of data being sent when I am sending the data continuosly, or is it an update function thet the serial monitor does. The reason I ask is I am trying to advance a motor position (servo) and its not smooth. Thanks

My guess is that you are printing something out within loop() and it's being repeated. However, most of us are not clairvoyant, so it's tough to know for sure since you didn't bother posting your code.

Probably you are using "Serial.println" when you should be using "Serial.print"

The serial monitor does not insert line breaks.