I want someone who is available now to do Scheme task ..
below is sample
; DEFINITION Say that a nonnegative integer m is <=-sorted if its digits, read left to right, form a non-decreasing sequence.
; Thus 333588 is <=-sorted.
; Problem 1a (17 points). Specify, design, develop, code and prove correct an R5RS Scheme program, named combine, which inputs
; integers m >= 0 and n >= 0, and which outputs the <=-sorted number formed from all of the digits of m and n, omitting
; 0s (if any). Multiplicities must be preserved -- for example, (combine 163133 9423451) = 1112333344569.
; Your code must work with just a single scan of each input. Note that m and n will usually have different numbers of digits,
; and that you may not assume either of them is <=-sorted.
; You will want to begin by thinking of a functional decomposition of the problem: helper functions are
; expected. As we have stated in class, helper functions also require a full development, in the style
; we have been using in CSc 335.